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  • s. xx–xxi
Benedictine monk who led the Gregorian mission to convert the Anglo-Saxons in Britain and became the first archbishop of Canterbury.

Friars that followed the Rule of Augustine and unlike the Augustinian canons, pursued a mendicant style of living.

  • fl. mid–7th c.
theologian and author of the Hiberno-Latin treatise De mirabilibus sacrae scripturae, sometimes attributed to a certain Augustine, hence the use of the phrase Augustinus Hibernicus (the Irish Augustine) or Pseudo-Augustine.