Piotr Wysz Radoliński
Piotr Wysz Radoliński of Leszczyc coat of arms was born circa 1354 in Radolin and died on 30 September 1414 in Poznań. He was a bishop of Kraków from 1392, and a bishop of Poznań from 1412. A lawyer b...
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Bernard (bishop of Płock)
Bernard was a medieval Bishop, Dominican monk and confessor of Pope Innocent VI.
Although originally from Masovia, Bernards father was banished for some reason during the Lithuanian wars, as were ...
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John Trevor (died 1410)
John Trevor (Welsh Ieuan Trefor) (died April 10, 1410), or John Trevaur, was Bishop of St. Asaph in Wales before becoming nominal Bishop of St Andrews in Scotland. He was provided to the see of St Asa...
Leopold III of Bebenburg
Lupold of Bebenburg (German: Lupold von Bebenberg; died 1363) was the Bishop of Bamberg from 1353, as Leopold III. He is best known for his political writings.Lupold came of a knightly Frankish fa...
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Patrick de Leuchars
Patrick de Leuchars [also de Locrys or de Lochrys] was a 14th-century administrator and prelate in the Kingdom of Scotland. He first appears in the records in 1344 holding a church in East Lothian, an...
Ladislaus Kórógyi
Ladislaus Kórógyi (Hungarian: Kórógyi László) was bishop of Pécs in the Kingdom of Hungary from 1314 to his death in 1345. He assisted King Charles I of Hungary by force against his opponents, but...
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William de Lamberton
William de Lamberton, sometimes modernized as William Lamberton, (died 20 May 1328) was Bishop of St Andrews from 1297 (consecrated 1298) until his death. Lamberton is renowned for his influential rol...
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Albert of Saxony (philosopher)
Albert of Saxony (Latin: Albertus de Saxonia) (c. 1320 – 8 July 1390) was a German philosopher known for his contributions to logic and physics. He was bishop of Halberstadt from 1366 until his death....
Alexander de Kylwos
Alexander de Kylwos (died 1398) - written alternatively as Frylquhous, Kylquos, and a variety of other forms - was a Scottish churchman and prelate active in the second half of the 14th century. He i...
Robert Waldby
Robert Waldby (died 1398) was a native of York and an Augustinian friar who followed Edward, the Black Prince into Aquitaine. After studying at Toulouse, he became professor of theology there. There i...
Henry III of Brunswick-Lüneburg
Henry III of Brunswick-Lüneburg (c. 1296 – 6 February 1363 in Hildesheim) was the ruling Prince-Bishop of Hildesheim from 1331 until his death.
Henry was a member of the House of Welf ...
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Maurice of Inchaffray
Maurice (Scottish Gaelic: Muireach or Muireadhach) was a 14th-century Scottish cleric who became Prior of Inchmahome, Abbot of Inchaffray and then Bishop of Dunblane. He was Prior of Inchmahome Pr...
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Hemming (bishop)
Bishop Hemming was the Roman Catholic Bishop of Turku during 1338-1366. He was born in Sweden.
Thomas Trevenant
Thomas Trevenant (or Thomas Trefnant) was a medieval Bishop of Hereford of Welsh descent. He was nominated on 5 May 1389 and consecrated on 20 June 1389. He died on 29 March 1404.
Thomas Bitton
Thomas Bitton (sometimes Thomas de Bytton; died 1307) was a medieval Bishop of Exeter.
Bitton was the nephew of William of Bitton I, who was Bishop of Bath from 1248 to 1264. His brother was Willi...
Dietrich Man
Dietrich Man, known as Dietrich II, was Bishop of Havelberg from 1370 to 1385.[1]The Man family, though not noble, were prominent in the Prignitz, which lay within the Diocese of Havelberg, and closel...
Thomas Bek (bishop of Lincoln)
Thomas Bek (also spelled Beck) (1282 – 2 February 1347) was the bishop of Lincoln from 1341 until his death. He was a member of the same family as Antony Bek, bishop of Durham, and Thomas Bek, Bishop...
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Jacobus de Teramo
Jacobus Palladinus de Teramo (1349–1417), a member of the powerful family of Palladini, was an Italian canon lawyer and bishop. His birthplace, Teramo, was then part of the Kingdom of Naples (now in t...
Giovanni Boccamazza
Giovanni Boccamazza (died 1309) was an Italian Cardinal. He was from the Roman nobility, related to the Savelli family and was a nephew of Pope Honorius IV.He was made bishop of Monreale, near Palermo...
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Giovanni Visconti (archbishop of Milan)
Giovanni Visconti (1290–1354) was an Italian Roman Catholic cardinal, who was co-ruler in Milan and lord of other Italian cities. He also was a military leader who fought against Florence, and used fo...
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Adam Orleton
Adam Orleton (or Adam of Orlton, Adam de Orlton, Adam de Orleton) (died 1345) was an English churchman and royal administrator.
Orleton was born into a Monmouthshire family. His nephews were John ...
Jan van Virneburg
Jan (or John) van Virneburg (died 23 June 1371) was a bishop of Münster from 1363 to 1364, and bishop of Utrecht from 1364 to 1371.Jan van Virneburg was transferred from Münster to Utrecht by pope Urb...
Manfred of Pécs
Manfred was the elected bishop of Pécs (Hungarian: Manfréd választott pécsi püspök) in 1306, but he died before his consecration. He was born before 1256. When the first record was made of him in ...
Siegfried II of Querfurt
Siegfried II of Querfurt (mid 13th century – 5 May 1310) was Prince-Bishop of Hildesheim from 1279 to 1310.
Siegfried was from a noble family of Querfurt (which now belongs to Saxony-Anhalt).He wa...
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Alexander de Kininmund (died 1344)
Alexander de Kininmund (died 1344) was a 14th-century Scottish churchman. The first mention of Alexander occurs when, as a canon of Dunkeld he is one of three ambassadors sent by King Robert I of Scot...
Thomas Lodowys
Thomas Lodowys was appointed Bishop of Killala on 9 August 1381, but did not assume the position.
Thomas de Dundee
Thomas de Dundee, also called Thomas Nicholay, was a Scottish prelate who held the bishopric of Ross during the First War of Scottish Independence. Coming from a family of Dundee burghesses, he was ed...
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William de Landallis
William de Landallis († 1385) was a 14th-century Bishop of St. Andrews.
Like his predecessor, James Bane, he was a native of Aberdeenshire, serving as rector of Kinkell before being appointed by P...
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