prior of Canterbury.
S. Anselm, Archibishop of Canterbury, is said to have spent nearly all of his revenues in rebuilding and decorating the choir of Canterbury Cathedral. The superintendents of the work were the priors Ernulf and afterward Conrad. The "glorious choir of Conrad" is described by Gervase, quoted by Willis. The choir was burned in 1174.
Remain of the Oratory of Abelard, at the Abbey of Paraclete, in Champagne; twelfth century.