Anno, Or Hanno, Saint, archbishop of Cologne, died Dec. 4, 1075. He belonged to a noble family, and was destined at first to the profession of arms. He was chancellor under the emperor Henry III., and tutor of Henry IV. After the death of Henry III., aided by Archbishop Adalbert of Bremen, and others, he obtained the regency, but soon laid it down in disgust. The hymn of St. Anno, composed about a century after the archbishop's death, is a kind of panegyric on the saint, commencing with the popular traditions of Germany, and touching on the history of the archiepiscopal see of Cologne, and of 33 bishops before the poet, among whom were seven saints. It was first printed from a forgotten manuscript by Martin Opitz of Dantzic in 1639.