Pole, Reginald. 1500-1558.
English prelate. The last Roman Catholic archbishop of Canterbury (1556), he was a leading figure in the Counter Reformation.

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  • Pole, Reginald — (1500 1558)    English humanist, cardinal, and archbishop of Canterbury, a second cousin of King Henry VIII. The king supported Pole s education and early career. Destined from childhood for the clergy, he was educated at a Carthusian monastery… …   Historical Dictionary of Renaissance

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  • Reginald — /rej euh neuhld/, n. a male given name: from an Old English word meaning counsel and rule. * * * (as used in expressions) Bolton Guy Reginald Hall Sir Peter Reginald Frederick Reginald Carey Harrison Reginald Martinez Jackson Reginald Kenneth… …   Universalium

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