William of Jumièges
William of Jumièges
Benedictine historian (d. 1090)

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  • Robert of Jumièges — ▪ archbishop of Canterbury and bishop of London born , Normandy, France died c. 1055, , Jumièges       one of the Normans given high position by the English king Edward the Confessor (Edward).       Robert was prior of Saint Ouen, Rouen, France,… …   Universalium

  • Robert of Jumièges — • Eleventh century Archbishop of Canterbury Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Robert of Jumieges     Robert of Jumièges     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Benedictine Abbey of Jumieges —     Benedictine Abbey of Jumièges     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Benedictine Abbey of Jumièges     Jumièges, situated on the north bank of the Seine, between Duclair and Caudebec, in Normandy (Seine Inférieure). The abbey was founded in 634 by St …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Jumièges Abbey — was a Benedictine monastery, situated in the commune of Jumièges in the Seine Maritime département , in Normandy, France.HistoryThe abbey was founded in 654 by Saint Philibert, who had been the companion of Saints Ouen and Wandrille at the… …   Wikipedia

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  • William III of Ponthieu — (c. 1095 ndash;20 June 1172), son of Robert II of Bellême and Agnes of Ponthieu. He is also called William (II; III) Talvas.He assumed the county of Ponthieu some time before 1111, upon the death of his mother. His father escaped capture at the… …   Wikipedia

  • Jumièges — French commune nomcommune=Jumièges . région=Haute Normandie département=Seine Maritime arrondissement=Rouen canton=Duclair insee=76378 cp=76480 maire=Joëlle Tétard mandat=2001 2008 intercomm=Communauté de communes Seine Austreberthe… …   Wikipedia

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