Annales Lindisfarnenses et Dunelmenses(195 words)

Graeme Dunphy

12th century. England. A fine example of Latin Easter annals from the Benedictine monastery at Durham, covering the years 532-1199. They were written in the second quarter of the century by a series of scribes, one of whom has been identified as Symeon of Durham. As Symeon was a noted historian, it has been mooted that he may have been responsible for the work as a whole. The title stems from Pertz, who mistakenly thought the annals were written in Lindisfarne concurrently with events from the 8th century onwards. The manuscript, which belonged to Durham Cathedral Library in the 15th century,…

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Graeme Dunphy. "Annales Lindisfarnenses et Dunelmenses." Encyclopedia of the Medieval Chronicle. Edited by: Graeme Dunphy. Brill Online, 2014. Reference. 31 October 2014 <http://referenceworks.brillonline.com/entries/encyclopedia-of-the-medieval-chronicle/annales-lindisfarnenses-et-dunelmenses-SIM_001242>
First appeared online: 2012
First Print Edition: isbn: 9789004184640, 20101111



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