Geoffrey II (Archbishop of Bordeaux)

Geoffrey II (Archbishop of Bordeaux)

Geoffrey II (died 1043) was a Frankish archbishop of Bordeaux. He was selected by William V of Aquitaine and Sancho VI of Gascony at Blaye in 1027.

As a Frank, he directed his attention northwards, in the Limousin (1028) and Saintonge (1030). He founded the monastery of Barbezieux in 1037.


*Ademar of Chabannes.
*Higounet, Charles. "Bordeaux pendant le haut moyen age". Bordeaux, 1963.

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