Anselm of Lucca (the Younger), Saint
Anselm of Lucca (the Younger), Saint
Appointed bishop of Lucca by his uncle Anselm of Lucca the Elder (Pope Alexander II), then became a Benedictine monk, served as papal legate, and died in 1086

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