Brihtwine

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Brihtwine
Bishop of Wells
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In officebefore 1024
Predecessor Æthelwine (twice)
Successor Æthelwine
Merewith
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Diedc. 1024

Brihtwine (or Beorhtwine) was an Anglo-Saxon Bishop of Wells. His consecration date is not known, but he was expelled to restore his predecessor Æthelwine, but was restored and died sometime around 1024. [1]

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  1. Fryde, et al. Handbook of British Chronology p. 222

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Christian titles
Preceded by
Æthelwine
Bishop of Wells
c. 1023–?
Succeeded by
Æthelwine
Bishop of Wells
?–before 1024
Succeeded by
Merewith