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Aldwine

Aldwine
Bishop of Lichfield and of Leicester
Diocese Dioceses of Lichfield
and of Leicester
Appointed bet 716–727
Term ended 737
Predecessor Headda
Successor Witta
Orders
Consecration bet 716–727
Personal details
Died 737
Nationality Anglo-Saxon
Denomination Roman Catholic

Aldwine (or Aldwyn, Aldwini or Ealdwine; died 737) was a medieval Bishop of Lichfield and Bishop of Leicester.

Aldwine was consecrated about between 716 and 727 and died in 737. He held the see of Leicester at the same time as he was at Lichfield.[1]

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  • Prosopography of Anglo Saxon England entry for Ealdwine
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Headda
Bishop of Lichfield
c. 721–737
Succeeded by
Witta
Bishop of Leicester
c. 721–737
Succeeded by
Torhthelm

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