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Anselm [St Anselm]locked

(c. 1033–1109)
  • R. W. Southern

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Anselm [St Anselm] (c. 1033–1109), abbot of Bec and archbishop of Canterbury, was the most original and widely attractive theological and devotional writer in western Europe between St Augustine (c.400) and the author of The Imitation of Christ (c.1450)....

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