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Damerham [Domerham], Adam oflocked

(d. in or after 1291?)
  • Antonia Gransden

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Damerham [Domerham], Adam of (d. in or after 1291?), Benedictine monk and chronicler, was presumably born at Damerham, Hampshire, one of the abbey's manors. He probably professed at Glastonbury when Michael of Amesbury was abbot (1235–52). The chronicle attributed to Adam, the Libellus de rebus gestis Glastoniensibus...

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