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Robert of Jumièges [Robert Champart]locked

(d. 1052/1055)
  • H. E. J. Cowdrey

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Robert of Jumièges [Robert Champart] (d. 1052/1055), archbishop of Canterbury, was a clerk of Norman birth who was archbishop for a troubled period in 1051–2. His nickname ‘Champart’ apparently derives from a term denoting a share of a crop paid as rent. His family background is unknown. He was prior of the abbey of ...

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Oxford Medieval Texts