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Richard [Richard of Dover]locked

(d. 1184)
  • Charles Duggan

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Richard [Richard of Dover] (d. 1184), archbishop of Canterbury, was born in Normandy, educated in the liberal arts, and entered the Benedictine monastery of Christ Church, Canterbury, as a young man. He became a chaplain to Archbishop Theobald of Canterbury (d. 1161), and prior of ...

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