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Who is Carilef?
Carilef was a hermit who founded the monastery of Aniole. The town of Saint-Calais takes its name from him. According to his ancient biography, the Vita Carileffi, King Childebert I granted him lands after encountering the hermint in a forest where the king was hunting. Laumer was his successor and Siviard, another successor, wrote the Vita.
- nationality: France
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A Catholic Dictionary (1961)
by William E. Addis, Aeterna Press
Carilef (1080–1096) replaced by monks at Durham retired, became, with Papal sanction, a collegiate church with dean and prebendaries, and flourished as such till ...
Catholic Encyclopedia (1910)
Carilef, Bisho of Durham, was being tried ...
by Albert M. Hyamson
of: See Carilef. St. Clair: See also Sinclair. St. Clair, Arth.: ...
by Frank Leslie Cross, Elizabeth A. Livingstone
Carilef Durham began to build the present cathedral in place of.
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Scrabble value of C3A1R1I1L1E1F4
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Anagrams of CARILEF
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