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(d. 1048)
  • William Hunt
  • , revised by Marios Costambeys


Siward (d. 1048), bishop and coadjutor-archbishop, was a monk of Glastonbury, and succeeded Æthelwine as abbot of Abingdon, probably in 1030. An extant grant by Cnut may have been solicited by Siward to finance his plan to rebuild St Æthelwold's church at Abingdon...

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