Definition of Langton, Stephen in English:

Langton, Stephen

Syllabification: Lang·ton, Stephen
Pronunciation: /ˈlaNGtən
 
/
( Circa 1150–1228), English prelate; archbishop of Canterbury 1207–15 and 1218–28. A champion of the English Church, he was involved in the negotiations leading to the signing of Magna Carta.

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