Arnoul (Arnulph, or Earnulphe), of Rochester

Arnoul (Arnulph, or Earnulphe), of Rochester (hence called Rofensis), who died March 15, 1124, was at first a monk at Beauvais, afterwards prior of Canterbury, then abbot of Petersburg, and in 1114 or 1115 bishop of Rochester. He wrote Textus Roffensis, a history of his bishopric (in Warthon, A glia Sacra, i, 329-334, and, ed. Hearnius, Oxon. 1720): — Epist. ad Walchelinum. etc. (D'Achery, Spicil. iii, 464- 471): — Responsibnes ad Lamberti Quaestiones, etc. (ibid. iii, 471-474). The De Opere sex Dierum and De septem Verbis Domini belong to Arnold of Bonneval (q.v.). See Wetzer u. Welte's Kirchen Lex. s.v.; Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v. . (B. P.)

 
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