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Symeon of Durhamlocked

(fl. c. 1090–c. 1128)
  • Bernard Meehan

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Symeon of Durham (fl.c. 1090–c. 1128), Benedictine monk and historian, owes his reputation principally to a history of the church of Durham, written at some point between 1104 and 1109 on the orders of his superiors. Compiled from a variety of sources, ...

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