(d. 1069) archbishop of York

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(d. 1069)

was a political churchman. Starting as a monk at Winchester, he became successively abbot of Tavistock, bishop of Worcester, and, finally, in 1060 archbishop of York. As bishop ...

Subjects: British History.

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