Bernard (bishop of St Davids)

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Bernard (1115–1148) was a Norman Bishop of St David's, appointed by Henry I. He also served as Chancellor to Queen Adeliza. He was the last bishop to dispute the primacy of the see of Canterbury.[citation needed] He founded Whitland Abbey.[1]


  1. ^ Burton Monastic and Religious Orders p. 229


  • Burton, Janet (1994). Monastic and Religious Orders in Britain: 1000–1300. Cambridge Medieval Textbooks. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-37797-8. 

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