Saint Anselm, born Anselmo d'Aosta, was a famed medieval theologian, Bishop of Canterbury, and Catholic saint. Leaving home at 23, he wandered throughout Burgundy and France, eventually entering a convent after coming to the attention of the abbot of Bec, where he began his writings. He eventually moved to England, where he became Archbishop of Canterbury. He was famous for his many theological writings and proofs, including several which concealed the path to the Holy Grail.
Anselm of Canterbury was canonized in 1494.
A copy of his diary was found in the summer of 1930 in the Salisbury Cathedral. Through his father's knowledge of Anselm's writings, Indiana Jones was able to pass through the traps in the Temple of the Sun and recover the Grail.
- Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (Mentioned only)