(d. 1161) archbishop of Canterbury

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(d. 1161).

Archbishop of Canterbury. Theobald's long tenure of the archbishopric was in an exceptionally turbulent period. He became abbot of Bec in Normandy in 1137 and was appointed to ...

Subjects: Christianity — British History.

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