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Crowland [Croyland], Roger oflocked

(fl. c. 1200)
  • A. J. Duggan

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Crowland [Croyland], Roger of (fl.c. 1200), Benedictine monk and hagiographer, was a member of his order's community of Crowland Abbey in Lincolnshire. He is known only from his reworking, at the behest of Abbot Henry de Longchamp (1190–1236), of the composite life of ...

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