Person    | Male  Died 24/4/624

Bishop Mellitus

Categories: Religion

Countries: Italy

In 604 the Bishop Mellitus arrived from Italy as the first Bishop of London and built and dedicated a cathedral to St Paul on the site where St Paul’s stands today. Became Archbishop of Canterbury and is buried there.

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Bishop Mellitus

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