Petrus Torkilsson

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Petrus Torkilsson
Archbishop of Uppsala
Primate of Sweden
Church Roman Catholic
Archdiocese Uppsala
Appointed 1351
In office 1351-1366
Predecessor Heming Nilsson
Successor Birger Gregersson
Consecration by  Pope Clement VI
Rank Metropolitan Archbishop
Personal details
Born Skänninge, Sweden
Died 18 October 1366
Nationality Swede
Previous post Bishop of Linköping (1342-1351)

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