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  • c.1592–1635
Irish Franciscan friar, historian and author
  • d. 1666
(Sir) James Ware, Irish scholar, historian and antiquarian

Warelwast (Robert de) See: Robert Warelwast

  • d. 1155
  • Exeter, Exeter Cathedral
Bishop of Exeter (elected in 1137, consecrated in 1138), a nephew of his predecessor William (de) Warelwast and previously archdeacon of Exeter; educated at Laon.

Warelwast (William de) See: William Warelwast

  • d. 1137
  • Exeter, Exeter Cathedral, Ver-à-Val
Norman bishop of Exeter and clerk and diplomat in the service of King William II and later Henry I. His name Warelwast derives from Ver-à-Val, Normandy, but little is known of his early, continental career.
  • s. xx–xxi
  • d. c.1006?
  • Ivrea cathedral
Bishop of Ivrea, probably consecrated in 966 and known for his conflicts with Arduin, margrave of Ivrea. He is associated with the production of several manuscripts, including an illuminated psalter (Ivrea, Biblioteca capitolare, MS 85) and sacramentary (MS 86).
  • s. xx–xxi
  • s. xx–xxi
  • 1842–1930
  • Oxford, St John's College
British clergyman (Church of England) and scholar.