(d. 1038) archbishop of Canterbury

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(d. 1038).

Archbishop of Canterbury from 1020. Often referred to as ‘the Good’, and thought to have influenced Cnut. Æthelnoth restored the church at Canterbury, damaged during Danish raids, and in 1023 had the remains of his martyred predecessor *Ælfheah translated there with great ceremony.

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