William Laud

William Laud
William Laud.

William Laud (Reading, 7 de octubre de 1573 - † Londres, 10 de enero de 1645)[1] [2] fue un eclesiástico inglés. Ordenado sacerdote en 1601, fue obispo de Londres (1628) y canciller de Oxford (1630) antes de ser consagrado arzobispo de Canterbury en 1633.

Fue encarcelado en la Torre de Londres y posteriormente decapitado, como parte de la Guerra Civil Inglesa por su apoyo al rey Carlos I de Inglaterra.


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