Rigaud of Assier
|Bishop of Winchester|
|Appointed||26 November 1319|
|Term ended||12 April 1323|
|Successor||John de Stratford|
|Consecration||16 November 1320|
|Died||12 April 1323|
Rigaud of Assier was a medieval Bishop of Winchester.
Rigaud was nominated on 26 November 1319 and consecrated on 16 November 1320. He died on 12 April 1323. 
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|Catholic Church titles|
| Bishop of Winchester |
John de Stratford