Ivo (Dean of Wells)

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Ivo [1] was the inaugural [2] Dean [3] of Wells [4] between 1140 and 1164. [5]

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References

  1. Phelps, W. (1839). The history and antiquities of Somersetshire. London: J.B. Nichols & Son.
  2. Britton, J. (1836). Cathedral Antiquities: Wells, Exeter, and Worcester. London: M. A. Nattali.
  3. Camp, J.M.F. (1814). A concise history of the Cathedral Church of Saint Andrew, in Wells. Shepton Mallet: W.J. Quartley.
  4. Page, William, ed. (1911). "Colleges: The cathedral of Wells". A History of the County of Somerset: Volume 2. London: Victoria County History. pp. 162–169 via British History Online.
  5. "Deans of Wells Cathedral" (DOC). Wells Cathedral. September 2010. Retrieved 20 March 2017.