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Liemar

Liemar (*unknown – 16 May 1101*, in Bremen) was archbishop of Hamburg-Bremen from 1072 to 1101, and an important figure of the early Investiture Contest.

He was a supporter of Emperor Henry IV from 1073.[1] In 1074 the papal legates Gerald of Ostia and Hubert of Palestrina put pressure on him to hold a local synod; he resisted, was suspended, and by 1075 his views against papal interference with bishops had hardened.[2] With Benno II of Osnabrück he commissioned the anti-papal polemic of Wido of Osnabrück,[3] around 1085.

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  • (German) http://de..org/wiki/ADB:Liemar
  • (German) [1]
Liemar
Born: unknown in Bavaria? Died: 16 May 1101 in Bremen
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Adalbert, Count Palatine of Saxony
Archbishop of Bremen
1072–1101
Succeeded by
Humbert


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