Guibert of Ravenna

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Noun1.Guibert of Ravenna - Italian antipope from 1080 to 1100 who was installed as pope by the Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV who consistently opposed efforts at papal reform (died in 1100)
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To that end, geographers have taken up the task of 'making intelligible those beyond us' in part by drawing nonhuman animal life in from the margins of scholarship (for example, Bingham, 2006; Davies, 2013; Greenhough and Roe, 2011; Philo and Wibert, 2000; Whatmore, 2002; Wolch and Emel, 1998).
Smith, S.W.; LaPlante, C.; Wibert, W.N.; Mayer, A.; Atkin, C.K.; Klein, K.; Glazer, E.