Anselme de Lucques
Anselme de Baggio bishop of Lucques is a reformer and a canonist of the 11th century.
Born in Baggio (Milan) (Italy) towards 1036, he is the nephew of the Pape Alexandre II. In 1071, it is named by his/her uncle bishop of Lucques. This one sends it in Germany to receive the nomination of the emperor of the Holy roman Empire Henri IV, but Anselme refuses the laic Investiture.
In again 1073, Gregoire VII names it bishop Lucques. This time, it accepts the nomination but a little later resigns and is withdrawn in a Abbaye Bénédictin E. The Pape orders to him to turn over to Lucques. Anselme is carried out and it tries to reform the local chapter. In 1081, it is expelled by the Antipape Guibert. It becomes then Légat in Lombardy, in charge of all the dioceses left without bishops by the Querelle of the Nominations.
He is the author of works of Exégèse and treaties of Ecclésiologie, as its Contra Guibertum and sequaces ejus which is opposed to the laic nomination. He also compiled a collection of guns which will be integrated in the '' Décret '' of Gratien.
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