Tatwine

(from the article `Aldhelm`) ...of Northumbria (685–704). It includes as examples 100 aenigmata (riddles) of Aldhelm`s own invention in Latin hexameters, which served as models ...
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Tatwine

Tatwine (sometimes Tatwin, Tatuini, or Tadwinus; c. 670–734) was the tenth Archbishop of Canterbury from 731 to 734. Prior to becoming archbishop, he was a monk and abbot of a Benedictine monastery. Besides his ecclesiastical career, Tatwine was a writer, and riddles he composed survive. Another work he composed was on the grammar of the Latin l...
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