St. Exuperantius of Cingoli
Feast day: January 24
Died: 5th century
Bishop of Cingoli, Italy, possibly a native African.
Exuperantius of Cingoli (Italian: Es[s]uperanzio) ) is a Roman Catholic saint who died in the 5th century.
He was is recorded as bishop of Cingoli, in the Marche region of Italy in 496/7, and could have been from Africa. Nothing else is known about him. His feast day is January 24th.In art, Saint Exuperantius is portrayed as a bishop with a banner and book (Roeder).