Arholfe (or Arnoul)

Arholfe (or Arnoul)

archbishop of Milan, was raised to the archiepiscopacy in 1093, and was almost immediately deposed by the apostolic legate. He resumed his functions in 1095, after having made a reconciliation with Rome; accompanied Urban II to the meeting at Clermont; and preached in favor of the Crusade in the provinces of Lombardy. He was sent as an ambassador to the emperor Henry IV. In Argellati we find mention of a volume of Arnolfe, or Arnoul, entitled Concdones ad Populum, ut Crucem suscipiant. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

 
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