Baduvini (Beadwin, or Badewine) (1)

Baduvini (Beadwin, or Badewine) (1)

the first bishop of Elmham in East Anglia, appointed on the division of the bishopric consequent on the illness of bishop Bisi (Bede, Historia Ecclesias. 4:5). The date of his nomination is given by Florence of Worcester as 673. His name as witness is attached to a Mercian charter of 693 (Kemble, Cod. Diplom. xxxvi). He died before 706, in which year Nothbert was bishop. (2.) A priest who attests the decree of the Council of Clovesho of 716; possibly the person who mediated between Wilfrid and Aldfrid about 704.

 
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