Anselm of Havelberg (c. 1100 – 1158) was a German bishop and statesman, and a secular and religious ambassador to Constantinople. He was a Premonstratensian, a defender of his order and a critic of the monastic life of his time, and a theorist of Christian history. According to Friedrich Heer, "the peculiar course of Anselm's life made this much-travelled man the theologian of development, of progress, of the right of novelty in the Church".

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  • Anselm von Havelberg (* um 1099; † 12. August 1158 bei Mailand) war ein Prämonstratenser-Chorherr, katholischer Bischof, Reichspolitiker sowie theologischer Gelehrter. (de)
  • Anselme de Havelberg est un ecclésiastique et écrivain religieux du XIIe siècle, évêque de Havelberg, puis archevêque de Ravenne, mort près de Milan le 12 août 1158. (fr)
  • Anselm of Havelberg (c. 1100 – 1158) was a German bishop and statesman, and a secular and religious ambassador to Constantinople. He was a Premonstratensian, a defender of his order and a critic of the monastic life of his time, and a theorist of Christian history. According to Friedrich Heer, "the peculiar course of Anselm's life made this much-travelled man the theologian of development, of progress, of the right of novelty in the Church". (en)
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  • Anselm von Havelberg (* um 1099; † 12. August 1158 bei Mailand) war ein Prämonstratenser-Chorherr, katholischer Bischof, Reichspolitiker sowie theologischer Gelehrter. (de)
  • Anselme de Havelberg est un ecclésiastique et écrivain religieux du XIIe siècle, évêque de Havelberg, puis archevêque de Ravenne, mort près de Milan le 12 août 1158. (fr)
  • Anselm of Havelberg (c. 1100 – 1158) was a German bishop and statesman, and a secular and religious ambassador to Constantinople. He was a Premonstratensian, a defender of his order and a critic of the monastic life of his time, and a theorist of Christian history. According to Friedrich Heer, "the peculiar course of Anselm's life made this much-travelled man the theologian of development, of progress, of the right of novelty in the Church". (en)
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  • Anselm von Havelberg (de)
  • Anselm of Havelberg (en)
  • Anselmo da Havelberg (it)
  • Anselme de Havelberg (fr)
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