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(d. 1092)
  • H. E. J. Cowdrey


Remigius (d. 1092), bishop of Lincoln, transferred his see from Dorchester-on-Thames to Lincoln, where he built a cathedral and did much to organize the diocese. Apparently related to the Aincurt family which claimed kinship with the Norman kings, he first appears in 1066 as a monk of ...

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