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Bishop of Évreux
Elected 1113
Term ended 1139
Personal details
Born Condé-sur-Seulles, France
Died July 2, 1139
Merton Priory, England
Parents Anger

Audoen (sometimes Audin or Ouen) was a medieval Bishop of Évreux in Normandy. He was the son of Anger, a canon of London, and brother of Thurstan, the Archbishop of York. Audoen served as bishop from 1113 to 1139.[1]


  1. ^ Spear "The Norman Empire and the Secular Clergy" Journal of British Studies p. 5