AElfric

[archbishop-elect of Canterbury] ...
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Aelfric

(c. 955-1020) English writer and abbot. Between 990 and 998 he wrote in vernacular Old English prose two sets of sermons known as Catholic Homilies, and a further set known as Lives of the Saints, all of them...
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Aelfric

Anglo-Saxon prose writer, considered the greatest of his time. He wrote both to instruct the monks and to spread the learning of the 10th-century ... [5 related articles]
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Aelfric

Aelfric is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `elf ruler` The name Aelfric doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Aelfric seems to be unique!
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Aelfric

Aelfric was a British ecclesiastical biographer. He was born in 955 and died in 1020. He wrote 'Lives of the Saints'.
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Aelfric

English writer and abbot. Between 990 and 998 he wrote in vernacular Old English prose two sets of sermons known as Catholic Homilies, and a further set known as Lives of the Saints, all of them largely translated from Latin. They are notable for their style and rhythm
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