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Salisbury, Roger oflocked

(d. 1139)
  • B. R. Kemp

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Salisbury, Roger of (d. 1139), administrator and bishop of Salisbury, was born of apparently humble stock, probably in Normandy, probably in the late 1060s.

According to William of Newburgh, writing in the 1190s, Roger was a poor, unlettered priest, serving a church near ...

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