Canutus, Robert

Canutus, Robert, an English writer who flourished in 1170, was born at Cricklade, Wiltshire; went thence to Oxford; there became chief of the canons of St. Frideswilde; gathered. the best flowers out of Pliny's Natural History into a "Garland," as he' called it, dedicating the book to Henry II; and wrote also Comments on the Greater Part of the Old and New Test. See' Fuller, Worthies of England (ed. Nuttall), iii, 333,.

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