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Nothhelm [Nothelm]locked

(d. 739)
  • William Hunt
  • , revised by Henry Mayr-Harting

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Nothhelm [Nothelm] (d. 739), archbishop of Canterbury, was a priest of London and apparently not a monk. He was a friend of Albinus, abbot of St Peter's and St Paul's (later St Augustine's), Canterbury, who employed him to convey to Bede, both by letter and by word of mouth, information respecting the ecclesiastical history of ...

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