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Pinnock, Osbern [known as Osburn Pinnuc Claudianus]locked

(fl. c. 1148)
  • A. G. Rigg


Pinnock, Osbern [known as Osburn Pinnuc Claudianus] (fl.c. 1148), Benedictine monk, theologian, and lexicographer, was a monk at St Peter's Abbey, Gloucester, under Abbot Hamelin (1148–79) and possibly Gilbert Foliot (1139–48). The name Pinnuc (BL, Royal MS 8 B.xxi) suggests birth near ...

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