List of bishops of Lund

List of (arch)bishops of Lund. Until the Danish reformation the centre of a great Latin (arch)bishopric, Lund has been in Sweden since the Treaty of Roskilde in 1658. The Diocese of Lund is now one of thirteen in the Church of Sweden.

Catholic Episcopate

(all Roman Rite; some dates disputed according to the source)

Suffragan Bishops of Lund
  • Henrik (1060–1065? or 1048? – death 1060.08.21)
  • Egino (1065? – death 1072.10.19); ?former bishop of Dalby
  • Ricwald (1072?1075 – death 1089.05.26)
  • Ascer (1089–1103 see below)
Metropolitan Archbishops of Lund
  • Ascer (see above 1103 – death 1137.05.05)
  • Eskil (1138?1137 – 1177?1179)
  • Absalon Hvide (1177?1179 – death 1201.03.21)
  • Andreas Sunesen (1201–1222?1223)
  • Peder Saxesen (1224.01.11 – death 1228.07.11)
  • Uffe Thrugotsen (1228?1230 – death 1252.12.15)
  • Jakob Erlandsen (1253.08.13 – death 1274.02.18)
  • Trugot Torstensen (1276?1277.01.13 – death 1280.05.02)
  • Jens Dros (1280?1282.04.13 – death 1288.04.28?1299)
  • Jens Grand (1289?1290.03.18 – 1302.03.30), later * titular Prince-Archbishop of Riga (Latvia, 1304?1302.03.30 – 1310.02.11)), Prince-Archbishop of Bremen (1310.02.11 – death 1327.05.30)
  • Isarnus Tacconi = Isarnus Takkon (1302.04.11 – 1310.06.12), from Fontiès-d'Aude, previously Prince-Archbishop of Riga (Latvia, 1300.12.19 – 1302.04.11?1303), later Metropolitan Archbishop of Salerno (Italy) (1310.06.12 – death 1310.09)
  • Esger Juul (1310.06.15 – death 1325.01.17)
  • Karl Eriksen (1325.10.09 – death 1334.05.16)
  • Peder Jensen I (1334?1336.02.27 – death 1355.04.16)
  • Jacob Kyrning (Thott) (1355.10.05 – death 1361.01.23-
  • Niels Jensen (Bild) (1361.10.25 – death 1379.02.05)
  • Magnus Nielsen (1379.05 – death 1390.03.02)
  • Peder Jensen II (1390.10.07 – death 1391.12.31)
  • Jakob Gertsen (Ulfstand) (1392.07.13 – death 1410.04.18)
  • Peder (Mickelsen) Kruse (1410.07.28 – death 1418.04.04)
  • Peder Lykke (Bille) (1418.10.07 – death 1436)
  • Hans Laxmand (1436.05.21 – death 1443.05.30)
  • Tuve Nielsen (Juul) (1443.06.07 – death 1472.04.07)
  • Jens Brostrup (1472?1474.04.18 – death 1497.06.02)
  • Birger Gunnersen (1497?1498.05.09 – death 1519.11.23)
  • Aage Jepsen Sparre (1519.12 – 1532.06)
  • Jørgen Skodborg (1520.01.05 – 1521?1523)
  • Apostolic Administrator Cardinal Paolo Emilio Cesi (1520.02.06 – 1521.07.12), Cardinal-Deacon of S. Nicola fra le Immagini pro illa vice Deaconry (1517.07.06 – 1534.09.05), later held various other apostolic administrator assignments, finally transferred Cardinal-Deacon of S. Eustachio (1534.09.05 – death 1537.08.05)
  • Didrik Slagheck (1521–1522)
  • Johan Weze (1522–1532)[1]
  • Torben Bille (1532.07.27 – death 1553.01)

Lutheran Superintendents and Bishops

  • 1537–1551 – Frans Vormordsen
  • 1551–1560 – Niels Palladius
  • 1560–1577 – Tyge Asmundsen
  • 1578–1589 – Niels Hvid
  • 1589–1611 – Mogens Mads
  • 1611–1619 – Poul Aastrup
  • 1620–1637 – Mads Jensen Medelfar
  • 1638–1658 – Peder Winstrup see below
  • 1676–1679 – Peder Winstrup see below

Denmark recaptured Scania 1676–1679, Peder Winstrup continued as Bishop during these years.

In Sweden

References

  1. Johannesson, G. (1947). Den skånska kyrkan och reformationen. Skånsk senmedeltid och renässans (in Swedish). C. W. K. Gleerup. p. 14. Retrieved 14 August 2018. Johan Weze inleddes i domkyrkan den 23 febr. 1522. 20 Han hade utsetts genom postulation, ej genom elektion. Det förstnämnda förfaringssättet kom till användning i de fall, då den påtänkte kandidaten på grund av något i den kanoniska ...
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