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Langham, Simonlocked

(d. 1376)
  • W. J. Dohar

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Langham, Simon (d. 1376), administrator, archbishop of Canterbury, and cardinal, was born at Langham in Rutland, the son of Thomas Langham—his spectacular career as an ecclesiastic and royal minister contrasts markedly with his modest beginnings. He became a monk of St Peter's, Westminster...

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