FROM MILAN TO HIRSAU
According to legend, Aurelius died in Milan around 475 and was interred there. 350 years later, Bishop Noting of Vercelli, an ancestor of the counts of Calw, transferred Aurelius' remains to Hirsau. A monastery was founded for their worship. When the monastery was re-founded in 1049, the relics, which were believed to have been lost, were rediscovered. In 1489, as part of a revived worship of Aurelius, his remains were transferred from the Church of St. Aurelius to the Church of St. Peter and Paul.