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Ælfric [Ælfric Puttoc]locked

(d. 1051)
  • William Hunt
  • , revised by Marios Costambeys


Ælfric [Ælfric Puttoc] (d. 1051), archbishop of York, first appears as provost of New Minster, Winchester. He was consecrated to the see of York in 1023 by Archbishop Æthelnoth of Canterbury. Ælfric was a benefactor to the secular canons of Beverley, and translated the body of ...

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