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Grimbald [St Grimbald]locked

(d. 901?)
  • Richard W. Pfaff


Grimbald [St Grimbald] (d. 901?), Benedictine monk, assisted King Alfred in his literary work and is regarded traditionally as the co-founder of the New Minster (later Hyde Abbey) at Winchester. What is known of the life of Grimbald of St Bertin is a mixture of fact and confusion, out of which a certain amount of coherence may be extracted. Traditionally said to have been born at ...

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