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Stigand 1052-70
W did not replace Stgand immediately because he brought pre/conquest 1066 continuity.Pope Alexander II had endorsed the invasion an wanted English Church brought into line with continent.Stigand was a pluaralist- no reform could take place with him a
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Lanfranc 1070-93
W felt that Lanfranc offered him the devotion of a friend, integrity of a monk and intellect of a lawyer Lanfranc was a canon lawyer, saw everything in strict terms-he opposed Greg VII's 'Son and Moon' letters Lanfranc had Canterbury cathedral re-bui
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Lanfranc (during Rufus' reign)
helped Rufus gain the throne, and crowned him Rufus swore to uphold W's policies towards people and church: he was respectful towards Lanfranc Lanfranc helped prosecute William of St Calais
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Anselm 1093-1114 (during Rufus' reign)
He was a noted theologian as well as a reformist Rufus appointed Anselm as AoC when he was convinced he was dying in 1093 Anselm did not want to be AoC Totally different personalities, neither willing to compromise 1095 Council of Rockingham- Anselm
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Anselm (during HI's reign)
1100 Anselm returned from exhile but immediately refused to do homage to HI for his land in Canterbury Investiture crisis had been brought to England 1103 Anselm went to Rome to sort it out but HI refused him permission to return to Engalnd until he
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Thomas Beckett 1162-70
Chancellor in 1155 By 1162 his relationship with HII was probably strained Made AoC in 1162 by HII-Beckett saw his role as practical and cosmic He was influenced by the development of Canon law Beckett started re-asserting Church rights in 1162 1163
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Hubert Walter 1193-1207
With Richard as an absentee king, Hubert Walter dominated secular and ecclesiatical life Probably favoured the state over the Church collecting taxes etc efficiently
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Stephen Langton 1207-28
The election of AoC 1207 was a crisis-after disputes between Canterbury monks, bishops and John, Innocent II intalled Stephen Langton Langton was a biblic scholar and not really willing to be AoC John kept Langton out of England and appealed to Innoc
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W felt that Lanfranc offered him the devotion of a friend, integrity of a monk and intellect of a lawyer Lanfranc was a canon lawyer, saw everything in strict terms-he opposed Greg VII's 'Son and Moon' letters Lanfranc had Canterbury cathedral re-bui

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Lanfranc 1070-93

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helped Rufus gain the throne, and crowned him Rufus swore to uphold W's policies towards people and church: he was respectful towards Lanfranc Lanfranc helped prosecute William of St Calais

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He was a noted theologian as well as a reformist Rufus appointed Anselm as AoC when he was convinced he was dying in 1093 Anselm did not want to be AoC Totally different personalities, neither willing to compromise 1095 Council of Rockingham- Anselm

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1100 Anselm returned from exhile but immediately refused to do homage to HI for his land in Canterbury Investiture crisis had been brought to England 1103 Anselm went to Rome to sort it out but HI refused him permission to return to Engalnd until he

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