Lantfredus or Lamfridus
Lantfredus Or Lamfridus a disciple of bishop Ethelnold of Winchester, flourished in the latter part of the 10th century. He is known only by his life of St. Swithun, which is very interesting, as it affords fine facilities for studying the manners and history of his time. "His style is very inflated, and it is rendered obscure by the adoption of numerous words formed from the Greek language." The editions of Lantfredus are those of Henry Wharton, Anglia Sacra, 1 (Lond. 1691, folio), 322: — Lantfredi epistola proemissa Historiae de Miraculis Swithini, Acta Sanctorum Julii, 1 (Antwerp, 1719, fol.), 328337: — Swithuni Vita et Miracula, per Lamfridum Monuchue Winton. See Darling, Cyclop. Bibliogr. 2:1767.