Anselm

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Anselm often refers to St Anselm of Aosta (1033 or 1034 –1109), theologian, abbot of Bec, and archbishop of Canterbury.

A common mediaeval Lombardic name (Germanic for "God's helm"), it may also refer to:

People[edit]

Bishops[edit]

Aosta[edit]

  • Anselm I of Aosta (994 - 14 January 1026), the last bishop to serve as count of Aosta
  • Anselm II of Aosta (1070s x 1090s)

Havelberg[edit]

Lucca[edit]

  • Anselm I of Lucca (d. 1073), better known as Pope Alexander II, also known as Anselm of Baggio and Anselm the Elder
  • Anselm II of Lucca (c. 1036–1086), better known as Saint Anselm of Lucca, also known as Anselm of Baggio and Anselm the Younger

Milan[edit]

Ravenna[edit]

Clerics[edit]

Other[edit]

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