Aldulf, a bishop whose consecration is recorded by Simeon of Durham to have taken place at Corbridge in 786. Wharton supposes him to have been archbishop of Lichfield; but Adulf of Lichfield was not bishop until after 800. He may, however, be safely identified with the bishop of Mayo, in Ireland, "Aldulphus Myiensis ecclesiae episcopus," who attended the Legasine Council of the North in 787. See Spelman, Concil. i, 301; Wharton, Angl. Sac. i, 430; Smith, Dict. of Christ. Biog. s.v.