Grosseteste, Robert (11751253)

Grosseteste, Robert, a famous bishop of Lincoln, born at Stradbroke, Suffolk, of peasant parents; a man of rare learning, he became a lecturer in the Franciscan school at Oxford, and rose through various stages to be bishop of Lincoln in 1235; he was an active Parliamentarian, and gave valuable assistance to his friend Simon de Montfort in the struggle with Henry III., and headed the Church reform party against the nepotism of Innocent IV.; according to Stubbs, “he was the most learned, the most acute, and most holy man of his time” (11751253).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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