Botwine was the name of two early English ecclesiastics.
(1) Abbot of Medeshamstede (or Peterborough), mentioned in a grant of Offa to Eardulf, bishop of Rochester, in 765. He attested many charters of Offa, in 774, 779, and for the last time in the Council of Cealchyth in 789.
(2) Abbot of Ripon, who died in 786, and was succeeded by Albert. A letter addressed by an abbot Botwine to Lullus, archbishop of Mentz, may have been written by either of the two Botwines.