Source Wikipedia: 11th-Century Roman Catholic Bishops

N William I Berengar Gebhard III Henry of Lund John Scotus Egino Adalvard the Younger Hubert of Palestrina Rhigyfarch Sulien Berengar of Berga Suarius II Costantino de Castro Sancho II of Huesca 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 commission.

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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 60 Chapters Pope Urban II Pope Gregory VII Pope Paschal II Pope Alexander II Pope Victor II Pope Stephen IX Adhemar of Le Puy Pope Nicholas II Eusebius of Angers Leofric Odo Earl of Kent William de St Calais Gerard John of Tours Ralph de Luffa Remigius de Fecamp Antipope Clement III Stanislaus of Szczepanow Osmund Wulfstan William Walcher Robert of Hereford AEthelric II Ivo of Chartres Stigand of Selsey Gisa Gundulf of Rochester Walkelin Marbodius of Rennes Robert de Limesey AEthelwine Walter.

Of Lorraine Anselm of Lucca Leofwin William Giffard Osbern FitzOsbern Burchard of Basle Benno Adalbero of Wurzburg Hezel of Hildesheim Peter of Lichfield Gerard of Florennes Antipope Honorius II Hugh of Chateauneuf Fothad II Altmann of Passau Bleiddud Samson Geoffrey de Montbray Leofgar of Hereford Burchard II Herfast Herbert de Losinga Alfwold Peter Igneus Gebhard of Constance Bruno Guy Giric Humbert of Mourmoutiers Conrad Tuathal Bonizo of Sutri Jaromir Siward Peter of Pappacarbone Cresconius of Santiago de Compostela Adelmann Guitmund Antipope Adalbert Isleifur Gissurarson Atinolfo Guido of Acui Arnost Gissur Isleifsso.

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