Lanfranc

Lanfranc (c. 1005/1010 Pavia — 24 May 1089 Canterbury) was an Italian Benedictine monk and successively Prior of Bec Abbey, Abbot of the Abbey of St Stephen in Caen and Archbishop of Canterbury. Due to the places he is associated with, he is also known as Lanfranc of Pavia, Lanfranc of Bec or Lanfranc of Canterbury. ==Early life== Lanfranc was b...
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Lanfranc

(c. 1010-1089) Italian archbishop of Canterbury from 1070. Following the Norman Conquest, he was the adviser of
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Lanfranc

Italian archbishop of Canterbury from 1070. Following the Norman Conquest, he was the adviser of William (I) the Conqueror. As archbishop he rebuilt Canterbury Cathedral, replaced English clergy with Normans, enforced clerical celibacy, and separated the ecclesiastical from the secular courts. His skill in theological controversy did much to secure...
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Lanfranc

Italian Benedictine who, as archbishop of Canterbury (1070–89) and trusted counsellor of William the Conqueror, was largely responsible for the ... [4 related articles]
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Lanfranc

Lanfranc (lăn'frăngk) , d. 1089, Italian churchman and theologian, archbishop of Canterbury (1070–89), b. Pavia. At first educated in civil law, he turned to theology and became a pupil of Berengar of Tours. After teaching in Avranches, Normandy, he went to Bec (c.1040), where ...
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