Authorized Form of NameProvince of Canterbury; Court of Audience
Corporate NameProvince of Canterbury
TypeOfEntityCorporate
CodeNA2886
SubordinateCourt of Audience
RelationshipsMerged into the Court of Arches in the 17th century.
SourceThe Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, ed F L Cross (1957); F. Donald Logan, 'The Medieval Court of Arches' (2005), p. xiii'; I. Churchill, 'Canterbury Administration', i, 470-499.

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