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Feastday: October 26
Birth: 1164
Death: 1229

Bishop of Pavia, Italy, born in Piacenza, of Scottish descent. After studying in Paris, France, he became the bishop of Piacenza and was then sent to Pavia by Pope Honorius III.


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