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Aelfric, Abbot of Eynsham

LC control no.n 50057295
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR1520 PR1538
Personal name headingAelfric, Abbot of Eynsham
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Variant(s)Aelfric, Grammaticus, Abbot of Eynsham
Aelfric, The Grammarian, Abbot of Eynsham
Elfrike, Abbot of Eynsham
Älfrik, Abbot of Eynsham
Aelfrik, Abbot of Eynsham
Alfric, Abbot of Eynsham
Alfricus, Abbot of Eynsham
Elfric, Abbot of Eynsham
Aelfricus, Abbot of Eynsham
Birth date0950~
Death date1020~
Found inAuthor's A Saxon treatise concerning the Old and New Testament ... 1623.
The Old English version of the Heptateuch, 1990: p. vii (Älfrik) p. 13 (Aelfrik) p. 15 (Abbot Elfrike)
BM cat. (hdg.: Aelfric, Grammaticus, Abbot of Eynsham; variant: Alfric; ref.: Alfricus)
NUC pre-56 (hdg.: Aelfric, Abbot of Eynsham; usage: Aelfric, Elfric, Elfrike, Aelfricus; Aelfric, Archbishop of Canterbury [sic])
DNB (Ælfric, abbot, called Grammaticus, fl. 1006; celebrated author and translator; abbot of Eynsham; there is no ground for identifying him as a bishop or archbishop; pupil of Æthelwold; writings include: Homilies; Treatise on the Old and New Testaments; Heptateuchus; Life of St. Æthelwold; Excerpts from St. Æthelwold's Rule of St. Benedict; Canons; Quando dividis Chrisma; Latin grammar and glossary; Colloquium; and De temporibus anni)
New Catholic encyclopedia, 2nd edition: volume 1, page 136 (Aelfric Grammaticus; Benedictine abbot of Eynsham and greatest Anglo-Saxon author of the 10th and 11th centuries; born approximately 950 to 955; died approximately 1020; not the same as Aelfric, monk of Abingdon, who became Archbishop of Canterbury in 995)
National bib agency no.0105F5741E
Associated languageang
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