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      • In addition to a palace in Canterbury, the archbishop has a seat at Lambeth Palace in London. The first archbishop of Canterbury was St. Augustine of Canterbury (d. 604/605), a Benedictine monk who was sent from Rome by Pope Gregory I to convert the Anglo-Saxons in England.
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  2. List of the Archbishops of Canterbury up to Rowan Williams (2002–2012), in Canterbury Cathedral The Archbishop of Canterbury is the " Primate of All England " (the "first bishop" of England), [1] effectively serving as the head of the established Church of England and, symbolically, of the worldwide Anglican Communion.

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    26 May 604 or 605
    Canonised: St Augustine of Canterbury.
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    24 Apr 624
    Translated from London; [10] canonised: ...
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    10 Nov bet. 627 and 631
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  3. www.historic-uk.com › Archbishops-of-CanterburyArchbishops of Canterbury

    The Archbishop’s official residence is at Lambeth Palace, London, and second residence at the Old Palace, Canterbury. The first Archbishop of Canterbury was Augustine. Originally prior to the Benedictine monastery of St. Andrew in Rome, he was sent to England by Pope Gregory I with the mission to convert the natives to Roman Christianity.

  4. Saint Augustine of Canterbury, (born, Rome?—died May 26, 604/605, Canterbury, Kent, Eng.; feast day May 26 in England and Wales, May 28 elsewhere), First archbishop of Canterbury. A Benedictine prior in Rome, he was chosen by Pope Gregory I to lead 40 monks as missionaries to England.

  5. Jun 28, 2022 · Thomas Cranmer, (born July 2, 1489, Aslacton, Nottinghamshire, England—died March 21, 1556, Oxford), the first Protestant archbishop of Canterbury (1533–56), adviser to the English kings Henry VIII and Edward VI.

  6. Saint Augustine of Canterbury, also called Austin, (born Rome?—died May 26, 604/605, Canterbury, Kent, England; feast day in England and Wales May 26, elsewhere May 28), first archbishop of Canterbury and the apostle to England, who founded the Christian church in southern England.

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