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William of Malmesbury (c. 1090–c. 1143)

William of Malmesbury. A celebrated English monk and historian; born about 1090; died at Malmesbury, about 1143. He was librarian of the monastery at Malmesbury. He wrote: ‘History of the English Kings,’ and its continuation ‘Modern History’; ‘History of the Prelates of England’; ‘Lives’ of St. Patrick, St. Dunstan, St. Wulfstan; several books of miracles; etc.