[lan-frangk] /ˈlæn fræŋk/

1005?–89, Italian Roman Catholic prelate and scholar in England: archbishop of Canterbury 1070–89.
?1005–89, Italian ecclesiastic and scholar; archbishop of Canterbury (1070–89) and adviser to William the Conqueror. He instituted many reforms in the English Church


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