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Halinard was Archbishop of Lyon[1] from 1046 to 1052 and served as abbot from 1031 to 1052.[2]He was once a candidate for the papacy, but turned it down.[3] He spoke fluent Italian.[4]


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  3. ^ Smith, Lucy Margaret (1920), The early history of the monastery of Cluny, Oxford University Press, p. 164 
  4. ^ Herberman, Charles George (editor) (1908), The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4, Appleton, p. 614