Saewulf, supposed to have been a merchant of Gloucester, flourished in 1102, and is noticed by William of Malmesbury. He left in manuscript an account of his travels in the Holy Land, A.D. 1102-3, under the title, Relatio de Peregrinatione Saewulfi ad Hierosolymam et Terram Sanctam, etc. A French translation was published in Paris, 1839, under the title, Relation des Voyages de Saewulf a Jerusalem et en Terre-Sainte; and an English translation is included in Thomas Wright's Early Travels in Palestine (Lond. 1848).

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