In the thirteenth century this quiet town of Roskilde was the capital, and the archiepiscopal see of Denmark.
There is said to be a place so called in the archiepiscopal palace at Lambeth.
Having celebrated mass, he proceeded to the court dressed in his robes, and holding in his right hand the archiepiscopal cross.
He promoted letters in his archiepiscopal diocese of Cologne.
As for Sens—you may dispatch—in a word—''Tis an archiepiscopal see.'
He succeeded his father in the archiepiscopal throne in 490.
It is in this chair, and not in the archiepiscopal throne in the choir, that the archbishops are still enthroned.
It is the headquarters of an army corps, and an archiepiscopal see.
Arsacius occupied the church of St. Sophia, and the archiepiscopal throne.
Now it has reached that percentage of the respectable population which automatically puts the archiepiscopal apparatus in motion.