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Robert de Keldeleth (or Robert Kenleith) (died 1273) was a 13th-century Benedictine and then Cistercian abbot. He started his senior career as Abbot of Dunfermline (1240–52), becoming Chancellor of Scotland later in the 1240s. He took a prominent role as a supporter of Alan Durward during the minority of Alexander III of Scotland, and appears to have lost the Chancellorship as result. Following his resignation of the abbacy of Dunfermline, he became a Cistercian monk at Newbattle Abbey while continuing a comparatively less active role on the wider stage. In 1269 he became Abbot of Melrose (1269–1273), Newbattle's mother house, and held this position for the last four years of his life.

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  • Robert de Keldeleth (auch: Robert Kenleith; † 1273) war zunächst ein Benediktiner-, später Zisterziensermönch im 13. Jahrhundert. Er war Abt von Dunfermline (1240–52) und wurde zum Lordkanzler Schottlands in den späten 1240er Jahren. Während der Zeit der Minderjährigkeit von Alexander III. war er Guardian of Scotland. Da er ein entschiedener Unterstützer von Alan Durward gewesen zu sein scheint, verlor er diese Ämter 1251/52. Nachdem er auch als Abt der Dunfermline zurückgetreten war, wurde er einfacher Mönch im Zisterzienserkloster der Newbattle Abbey. Von 1269 bis zu seinem Tod war er Abt von Melrose, dem Mutterhaus von Newbattle. (de)
  • Robert de Keldeleth ou de Kenleith (mort en 1273) est un religieux cistercien écossais qui fut abbé de Dunfermline (1241-1251), régent d'Écosse et chancelier d'Écosse (1249-1251), puis abbé de Melrose (1269-1273). (fr)
  • Robert de Keldeleth (or Robert Kenleith) (died 1273) was a 13th-century Benedictine and then Cistercian abbot. He started his senior career as Abbot of Dunfermline (1240–52), becoming Chancellor of Scotland later in the 1240s. He took a prominent role as a supporter of Alan Durward during the minority of Alexander III of Scotland, and appears to have lost the Chancellorship as result. Following his resignation of the abbacy of Dunfermline, he became a Cistercian monk at Newbattle Abbey while continuing a comparatively less active role on the wider stage. In 1269 he became Abbot of Melrose (1269–1273), Newbattle's mother house, and held this position for the last four years of his life. (en)
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  • Robert de Keldeleth (auch: Robert Kenleith; † 1273) war zunächst ein Benediktiner-, später Zisterziensermönch im 13. Jahrhundert. Er war Abt von Dunfermline (1240–52) und wurde zum Lordkanzler Schottlands in den späten 1240er Jahren. Während der Zeit der Minderjährigkeit von Alexander III. war er Guardian of Scotland. Da er ein entschiedener Unterstützer von Alan Durward gewesen zu sein scheint, verlor er diese Ämter 1251/52. Nachdem er auch als Abt der Dunfermline zurückgetreten war, wurde er einfacher Mönch im Zisterzienserkloster der Newbattle Abbey. Von 1269 bis zu seinem Tod war er Abt von Melrose, dem Mutterhaus von Newbattle. (de)
  • Robert de Keldeleth ou de Kenleith (mort en 1273) est un religieux cistercien écossais qui fut abbé de Dunfermline (1241-1251), régent d'Écosse et chancelier d'Écosse (1249-1251), puis abbé de Melrose (1269-1273). (fr)
  • Robert de Keldeleth (or Robert Kenleith) (died 1273) was a 13th-century Benedictine and then Cistercian abbot. He started his senior career as Abbot of Dunfermline (1240–52), becoming Chancellor of Scotland later in the 1240s. He took a prominent role as a supporter of Alan Durward during the minority of Alexander III of Scotland, and appears to have lost the Chancellorship as result. Following his resignation of the abbacy of Dunfermline, he became a Cistercian monk at Newbattle Abbey while continuing a comparatively less active role on the wider stage. In 1269 he became Abbot of Melrose (1269–1273), Newbattle's mother house, and held this position for the last four years of his life. (en)
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