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Bovill, Sewal delocked

(d. 1257)
  • C. L. Kingsford
  • , revised by Philippa Hoskin

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Bovill, Sewal de (d. 1257), archbishop of York, is of unknown origins. He attended Oxford University where he was a contemporary of Edmund of Abingdon; he was described by Matthew Paris as the 'disciple in the schools, pupil and fellow scholar' of the future archbishop, whose canonization he was later to support (...

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