at , Rezé, 44400 France
Rezé is a commune and former bishopric in the Loire-Atlantique department in the Britanny region of western France.It was also called Ratiate in the Middle Ages and Rezay in the High Middle Ages.Inhabitants of Rezé are called Rezéens.History and remainsRezé dates back to the Roman era, when it was known as Portus Ratiatus and Ratiatum Pictonum Portus . Being populated by the Ambilatres tribe - Armorican Gauls - Rezé was an important port on the south shore of the Loire and a place for meetings and trade between the various Celtic tribes of the region .In 510 a Latin Catholic Diocese of Rezé was established on territory split off from the Diocese of Poitiers. It was suppressed 851, its territory being reassigned to the nearby then Diocese of Nantes. No incumbents or other details available.
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