Arnold, Archbishop of Mentz
Arnold, Archbishop of Mentz was. chosen prince elector of the empire in 1153. According to certain, historians, he assisted greatly in the deposition of the emperor Henry I by the pope. During a revolt of the inhabitants of Mentz, he was massacred by the people in the cloister of St. James, in 1200, and his body interred without honor. Three years after, the :emperor Frederick I destroyed the convent and the ramparts of the city. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.