medieval-religion: Scholarly discussions of medieval religion and culture

Today's life from the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography is Henry 
Chichele (c1362-1443), Bishop of St David's, Archbishop of Canterbury, 
servant of Henry V, delegate to Council of Pisa, prosecutor of Lollards, 
founder of educational establishments.  Follow the link below and you will 
be able to browse through the week's lives.

This is the first medieval life (apart from a fourteenth century herald who 
had no religious connections) to have appeared since I last posted some 
weeks ago.

Regards to all
Rosemary Hayes

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