See also:saint and prelate, was a son of
See also:William de Cantilupe, the 2nd baron (d . 1251), one of
See also:John's ministers, and a
See also:nephew of Walter de Cantilupe,
See also:bishop of
See also:Worcester . He was educated at
See also:Paris and
See also:Orleans, afterwards becoming a teacher of
See also:law at
See also:Oxford and chancellor of the university in 1262 . During the Barons' War
See also:Thomas favoured
See also:Simon de Montfort and the baronial party . He represented the barons before St
See also:Louis of France ' E.g. the
See also:form of the relative pronoun used throughout except in title;
See also:foreign words, Persian and Greek; Aramaic words and usages (details in the
See also:Comm. or in E . B . 693) . at
See also:Amiens in 1264; he was made chancellor of England in
See also:February 1265, but was deprived of this
See also:office after Montfort's
See also:death at
See also:Evesham, and lived out of England for some
See also:time . Returning to England, he was again chancellor of Oxford University, lectured on
See also:theology, and held several ecclesiastical appointments . In 1274 he attended the second council of
See also:Lyons, and in 1275 he was appointed bishop of
See also:Hereford . Cantilupe was now a trusted adviser of
See also:Edward I.; he attended the royal
See also:councils, and even when differing from the king did not forfeit his favour . The archbishop of Canterbury, Robert
See also:Kilwardby, was also his friend; but after Kilwardby's death in 1279 a series of disputes arose between the bishop and the new archbishop, John
See also:Peckham, and this was probably the cause which drove Cantilupe to visit Italy .
He died at
See also:Orvieto, on the 25th of
See also:August 1282, and he was canonized in 1330 . Cantilupe appears to have been an exemplary bishop both in spiritual and secular affairs . His charities were large and his private
See also:life blameless; he was constantly visiting his
See also:diocese, correcting offenders and discharging other episcopal duties; and he compelled neighbouring landholders to restore estates which rightly belonged to the see of Hereford . In 1905 the Cantilupe Society was founded to publish the episcopal registers of Hereford, of which Cantilupe's is the first in existence . See the Ada Sanctorum,
See also:Boll., 1st
See also:October; and the
See also:Register of Thomas de Cantilupe, with introduction by W . W . Capes (1906) .
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WALTER DE CANTILUPE (d. 1265)
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