Adam of Domerham

Adam Of Domerham was so called from his native place, Domerham, in Wilts. He was a monk of Glastonbury, and flourished about -1272. He. wrote, Historia' Controvernsiae intern Epis. Bathoniensis et Monachos Glastonienses, given in Whartonl, Anylia Sacra, i, 578. See Cave, Hist. Lit. ii, 319. Historia de Rebus Gestis Glastoniensibus was published by Thomas Hearne, from a MS. in the college of Cambridge (Oxonii, Sheldon, 1727). See Hoefer, Nuouv. Biog.' Ginerale, s v.

 
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