Renaud Du Bellay
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Renaud Du Bellay

Renaud du Bellay was the treasurer of Tours Cathedral and Archbishop of Reims from AD 1083 to 1096.[1] He succeeded Manasses I after a vacancy of around three years.[2] He presided over the Council of Soissons in 1092-93 which declared Roscellin's nominalism heretical. The acts of the council have not survived but it is known from contemporary correspondence, as with Anselm, the archbishop of Canterbury.[3]

See also



  1. ^ Jerry Carfantan (1 January 1987). William, Abbot of St. Thierry: a colloquium at the Abbey of St. Thierry. Cistercian Publications. ISBN 978-0-87907-894-2. Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ Saint Bruno; Denis le Chartreux (2006). Le commentaire des Psaumes des montées: Une échelle de vie intérieure. Editions Beauchesne. pp. 16 f. ISBN 978-2-7010-1497-5. Retrieved 2013.
  3. ^ Cunningham (1836), p. 312, n. 6.


  • Cunningham, Francis (1836), Text-book of Ecclesiastical History by J.C.I. Gieseler, 3rd ed., Vol. II, Philadelphia: Carey, Lea, & Blanchard [A translation of the original German version]. (in English) & (in Latin)
  • Fisquet, Honoré (1864). La France pontificale (Gallia Christiana): Metropole de Reims: Reims (in French). Paris: Etienne Repos. pp. 76-78.

Further reading

  • Nouvelle Biographie Générale. Vol 33 Mal-Mar. Paris, 1859.

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