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Ealdwulf [Aldulf]locked

(d. 1002)
  • William Hunt
  • , revised by Mary Frances Smith


Ealdwulf [Aldulf] (d. 1002), archbishop of York, is best known for his long association with Peterborough Abbey. Most of what is known about him derives from traditions recorded at Peterborough in the twelfth century in the E version of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle and by ...

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John of Worcester, ed. R. R. Darlington & P. McGurk, trans. J. Bray & P. McGurk, 2–3; OMT (1995–) [vol. 1 forthcoming]
D. Whitelock, D. C. Douglas, & S. I. Tucker, eds. and trans., (1961)