Rodulf

[archbishop of Bourges] Rodulf (Saint Raoul;{efn|His name is also rendered Ralph, Radulph, Radulf or Rudolf.} died 21 June 866) was the archbishop of Bourges from 840 until his death. He is remembered as a skillful diplomat and a proponent of ecclesiastical reform. As a saint, his feast has been celebrated on June 21. ==Aquitainian nobleman...
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Rodulf

[missionary bishop] Rodulf was a Roman Catholic bishop and Norman kinsman of Edward the Confessor. After working as a missionary for Olaf II of Norway in Norway and maybe Iceland, he was appointed by Edward as an Abbot of Abingdon in 1051, but died in 1052 (Kelly 2000). ...
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Rodulf

[petty king] Rodulf was a Germanic chieftain or petty king of the Migration Period, who briefly appears in Roman sources. Although it is not conclusive that the sets of accounts actually refers to the same king, he is always principally notable for his connection to the Ostrogothic king and ruler of Italy, Theodoric the Great. Rodulf, a Sca...
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