Stigand

Stigand, archbishop of Canterbury and favourite of Edward the Confessor, who advanced him to the bishoprics of Elmham and Winchester and to the Primacy in 1052; his appointment was popularly regarded as uncanonical, and neither Harold nor William the Conqueror allowed him to perform the ceremony of coronation; through William's influence was by the Pope deprived of his office and condemned to imprisonment.

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

Stier, Rudolf Ewald * Stigmata
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Steward, Lord High
Stewart, Balfour
Stewart, Dugald
Stewart, House of
Stewart, Matthew
Steyer
Stheno
Stieler
Stier, Rudolf Ewald
Stigand
Stigmata
Stilicho
Still, John
Stilling, Jung
Stillingfleet, Edward
Stipple
Stirling, James Hutchison
Stirling, William Alexander, Earl of
Stirling-Maxwell
Stirling

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