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Ælfric

(c. 950—1010) Benedictine abbot of Eynsham and scholar


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(c.945–c.1015), Anglo-Saxon abbot, prose writer, and educator. His works, including sermons, saints' lives, and biblical translations, were intended to teach both monastic novices and laypeople. His two works for young ...

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