Lanfranc (Latin: Lanfrancus; 1005 x 1010 at Pavia — 24 May 1089 at Canterbury) was a celebrated Italian jurist who renounced his career to become a Benedictine monk ...
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Lanfranc, (born c. 1005, Pavia, Lombardy—died May 28, 1089, Canterbury, Kent, Eng.), Italian Benedictine who, as archbishop of Canterbury (1070–89) and trusted ...
Lanfranc, the son of a lawyer, was born in Pavia in about 1010. At the age of twenty he left Italy and moved to France to complete his studies.
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Lanfranc (1005 x 1010 at Pavia — 24 May 1089 at Canterbury) was a cleric, teacher and jurist who became Archbishop of Canterbury under William the Conqueror.
Lanfranc. Lanfranc served as archbishop of Canterbury under William the Conquerer. He reformed the English church, established strong church-state relations, and ...
The Archbishop Lanfranc Academy is a coeducational secondary school located in the Thornton Heath area of Croydon, South London, named after Lanfranc, Archbishop of ...
Lanfranc: Archbishop of Canterbury, b. at Pavia, 1005; d. at Canterbury, May 24, 1089. Page scans include illustrations, maps, and images from the original Catholic ...
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