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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 37. Chapters: 1212 births, 1212 deaths, 1212 disestablishments, 1212 establishments, 1212 in Europe, 1212 in law, Conflicts in 1212, Children's Crusade, Emperor Go-Horikawa, Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa, Geoffrey, Vsevolod IV of Kiev, Kara-Khanid Khanate, Honen, Ghurid Dynasty, Bernhard, Count of Anhalt, Sancho I of Portugal, Poor Clares, Zita, Isabella II of Jerusalem, Maria of Montferrat, David Komnenos, Vsevolod the Big Nest, Felix of Valois, Isabel Bigod, John Comyn, Adam of Dryburgh, Azzo VI of Este, Geoffrey of Villehardouin, List of state leaders in 1212, Beatrice of Hohenstaufen, Golden Bull of Sicily, Peter de Preaux, Farinata degli Uberti, Philip I of Namur, Ibn Sahl of Seville, Henry Fitz-Ailwin de Londonestone, Bhoja II, Isabelle de Craon, Anna Komnene Angelina, William de Brus, 3rd Lord of Annandale, Hugh IV of Rodez, Mauger of Worcester, Robert of Shrewsbury, Robert of Auxerre, Malatesta da Verucchio, Guillem de Cabestany, Maredudd ap Cynan ab Owain Gwynedd, Yolande of Dreux, Duchess of Burgundy, Dirk van Are, Abu al-Abbas al-Jarawi, Ali Mardan Khilji, 1212 in poetry, Vow of Enclosure. Excerpt: Geoffrey (c. 1152 - 12 December 1212) was an illegitimate son of Henry II, King of England who became Bishop-elect of Lincoln and Archbishop of York. The identity of his mother is unclear, for the one contemporary source that gives any information on her is hostile to Geoffrey. It is possible she was a woman named Ykenai. Geoffrey held a number of lower clerical offices before being named Bishop of Lincoln in 1173, although he was not ordained a priest until 1189. In 1173-1174 he led a campaign in the north of England to help put down a rebellion by his legitimate half-brothers, which led to the capture of the king of Scots. By 1182, Pope Lucius III ordered that Geoffrey either resign Lincoln or be consecrated, and he resigned the see, or bishopric, and became Chancellor instead. He was the one son of Henry II present at the king's death. Upon the ascension of King Richard I of England, Geoffrey was nominated as Archbishop of York, probably in order to force a potential rival to the throne to become a priest and thus out of contention for the throne. After a dispute about the nomination, he was consecrated archbishop in 1191, and promptly entered a dispute with William Longchamp, Richard's regent in England, when Geoffrey attempted to go to his province. When Longchamp had Geoffrey dragged from sanctuary, a council of magnates ordered Longchamp out of office, and Geoffrey was able to proceed to York. The archbishop spent much of his archiepiscopate in various disputes with his brothers, both Richard, and after Richard's death, King John of England, who succeeded Richard in 1199. Geoffrey also quarrelled with his suffragan bishops, his cathedral chapter, and other clergy in his diocese. His last quarrel with John was in 1207, when the archbishop refused to allow the collection of a tax and was driven into exile in France, where he died in 1212. Henry II with Thomas Becket, from a 13th century manuscriptGeoffrey was probably born around 1152, before his father married

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781155950792
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1155950798
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Publishing year: 2011
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Book title: kiev, crusade, tolosa


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