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St Anselm

Circa 1100, Sholastic philosopher and clergyman St Anselm (1033 - 1109), born in Aosta, Italy he settled at the Benedictine abbey of Bec in Normandy before moving to England to succeed Lanfranc as Archbishop of Canterbury in 1093. He was canonised in 1494. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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Circa 1100, Sholastic philosopher and clergyman St Anselm (1033 - 1109), born in Aosta, Italy he settled at the Benedictine abbey of Bec in Normandy before moving to England to succeed Lanfranc as Archbishop of Canterbury in 1093. He was canonised in 1494. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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Date created:
January 02, 1754
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51242102
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Hulton Archive / Handout
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Hulton Archive
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Getty Images
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2,211 x 3,089 px (30.71 x 42.90 in) - 72 dpi - 1.3 MB
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HH8539
Object name:
96f/34/fott/4898/17
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