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(c. 1045–1109)
  • Edmund King


Ingulf (c. 1045–1109), abbot of Crowland, is best-known as the supposed author of the earliest history of the Benedictine house of Crowland, covering the period from its first foundation in the early eighth century to his own time. This work in its surviving form is a forgery of the mid-fifteenth century. It shows that the Anglo-Norman ...

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English Historical Review
Orderic Vitalis, ed. and trans. M. Chibnall, 6 vols., OMT (1969–80); repr. (1990)