(c. 1100—1158)

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Author, ambassador, bishop of Havelberg (1129–55), and archbishop of Ravenna (1155–58); born Germany? ca.1100, died Milan 12 Aug. 1158.

In 1135/6 Anselm visited Constantinople as the ambassador of the German ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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