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Witta (Bishop of Lichfield)

This article is about 8th century Bishop of Lichfield. For other uses, see Witta.
Bishop of Lichfield
See Diocese of Lichfield
Appointed 737
Term ended bet 749–757
Predecessor Aldwine
Successor Hemele
Consecration 737
Personal details
Died bet 749–757
Denomination Catholic

Witta (or Hwita or Huitta) was a medieval Bishop of Lichfield. He was consecrated in 737 and died between 749 and 757.[1]



External links

  • Prosopography of Anglo Saxon England entry for Hwita
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Bishop of Lichfield
737–c. 753
Succeeded by

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