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Rawlins, Richardlocked

(c. 1460–1536)
  • J. P. D. Cooper

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Rawlins, Richard (c. 1460–1536), college head and bishop of St David's, was elected bachelor of Merton College in 1480. In 1484 he incepted MA and became a fellow, subsequently serving as the college's almoner, dean, and (in 1492) king of the beans, master of the Christmas revels. He was admitted BTh in 1493 and had his doctorate by 1495. On 1 March 1488 ...

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