Aldberht

For the 13th-century saint, philosopher and theologian, see Albertus Magnus.
Aldberht
Bishop of Hereford
Diocese Diocese of Hereford
Appointed c. 777
Term ended between 781 and 786
Predecessor Headda
Successor Esne
Personal details
Died between 781 and 786
Denomination Catholic

Aldberht (sometimes Aaldberht, Alberus, Albertus, Ealdberht, Ealdbeorht; died circa 784) was a medieval Bishop of Hereford.

Aldberht was consecrated in 777 or 778 and died between 781 and 786.[1]

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  • Prospography of Anglo Saxon England entry for Ealdberht
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Headda
Bishop of Hereford
c. 777–c. 784
Succeeded by
Esne
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