Patriarch Amalric of Jerusalem
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Amalric of Nesle (died 1180) was a French prelate from Nesle in Picardy. He was Prior of the Holy Sepulcher by 1151. He was Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem by 1158 to 1180. He died October 6, 1180 in Palestine.
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