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Ailnoth [Ælnoth]locked

(fl. c. 1085–c. 1122)
  • L. Abrams

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Ailnoth [Ælnoth] (fl.c. 1085–c. 1122), Benedictine monk and hagiographer, was an Englishman, from Canterbury, who spent his ecclesiastical career in Denmark. He was perhaps prior of the community of St Cnut at Odense, which was founded in 1095 as a daughter house of the Benedictine abbey of ...

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