Bishops of Durham: Thomas Wolsey, Charles Longley, Ranulf Flambard, Shute Barrington, William de St-Calais, Joseph Butler, David Jenkins

 
9781156824023: Bishops of Durham: Thomas Wolsey, Charles Longley, Ranulf Flambard, Shute Barrington, William de St-Calais, Joseph Butler, David Jenkins
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 64. Chapters: Thomas Wolsey, Charles Longley, Ranulf Flambard, Shute Barrington, William de St-Calais, Joseph Butler, David Jenkins, Hugh de Puiset, N. T. Wright, Brooke Westcott, James Pilkington, Michael Ramsey, Richard Foxe, Richard Poore, Antony Bek, Richard de Bury, Joseph Barber Lightfoot, Ian Ramsey, Edward Maltby, William Walcher, Lawrence Booth, Matthew Hutton, Cuthbert Tunstall, William Cumin, Thomas Langley, Hensley Henson, Geoffrey Rufus, Christopher Bainbridge, Philip of Poitou, Walter Skirlaw, John Cosin, Bishop of Durham, Æthelwine, Walter of Kirkham, John Habgood, Baron Habgood, Nicholas Farnham, Richard Marsh, Thomas Ruthall, Aldhun, William of St. Barbara, Nathaniel Crew, 3rd Baron Crew, Richard Barnes, Æthelric, Richard Neile, Robert of Holy Island, Maurice Harland, Michael Turnbull, John Sherwood, Robert Stitchill, Tobias Matthew, Alwyn Williams, George Montaigne, Thomas Newton, Thomas Morton, Henry Villiers, William James, John Fordham, Handley Moule, Morgan, William Dudley, William Senhouse, Edmund of Durham, Robert Neville, William Scot, William Van Mildert, John Egerton, John Howson, Charles Baring, Thomas de Melsonby, William Talbot, Thomas Hatfield, Richard Kellaw, Eadred, Lewis de Beaumont, Richard Trevor, Edward Chandler, Thomas Thurlow, Henry de Stamford. Excerpt: William de St-Calais (also Calais or Carileph or Carilef; died 1096) was a medieval Norman monk, abbot of the abbey of St Vincent in Le Mans in Maine, who was nominated by King William I of England as Bishop of Durham in 1080. During his term as bishop, St-Calais replaced the canons of his cathedral chapter with monks, and began the construction of Durham Cathedral. In addition to his ecclesiastical duties, he served as a commissioner for the Domesday Book. He was also a councilor and advisor to both King William I and his son, King William ...

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