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Anselmlocked

(d. 1148)
  • G. R. Evans

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Anselm (d. 1148), abbot of Bury St Edmunds and hagiographer, was the nephew of Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury (c.1033–1109), being the son of the latter's only sister and her husband, Burgundius. Anselm had discouraged Burgundius from joining him at Canterbury, but his nephew, a Benedictine, had been a monk at ...

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