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Leofwinelocked

(d. in or before 1095)
  • M. J. Franklin

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Leofwine (d. in or before 1095), abbot of Coventry and bishop of Lichfield, was said by Archbishop Lanfranc—when writing to Pope Alexander II about 1071 to explain Leofwine's departure from his see—to have been brought up from childhood as a monk of the Benedictine abbey of ...

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