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Waldhere (bishop)

This article is about 8th century bishop. For other uses, see Waldhere.
Waldhere
Bishop of London
Diocese Diocese of London
Appointed 693
Term ended between 705 and 716
Predecessor Erkenwald
Successor Ingwald
Orders
Consecration 693
Personal details
Died between 705 and 716
Denomination Catholic

Waldhere (or Wealdheri; died between 705 and 716) was an early medieval Bishop of London, England.

Waldhere was consecrated in 693. He died between 705 and 716.[1] A letter of his, written about 704 to Archbishop Bertwald of Canterbury still survives, and discusses the tension between King Ine of Wessex and the joint kings of Essex, Sigeheard and Swaefred.[2]

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External links

  • Prosopography of Anglo Saxon England entry for Wealdhere
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Erkenwald
Bishop of London
693–c. 711
Succeeded by
Ingwald
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