Hugh of Poitiers
His Historia Vizeliacensis monasterii was written from about 1140 to 1160. Besides being a rather partisan account of the affairs of the Abbey, it is an important source for the history of France in its period. It was written for Abbot Ponce of Vézelay (1138–1161), who was brother to Peter the Venerable of Cluny Abbey.
- John Scott and John O. Ward (translators) (1992), The Vezelay Chronicle: And Other Documents from Ms. Auxerre 227 and Elsewhere
- Hugues, Hugo Pictavinus, Pictavinienis.
- Myths & Legends of Burgundy, King Arthur in Burgundy, France
- http://www2.luc.edu/publications/medieval/vol4/huygens.html, http://www.ucalgary.ca/lib-old/subjects/HIST/monasticismpri.html
- Francis Oakley, The Western Church in the Later Middle Ages (1979), p. 411.
- Oakley, p. 340.
- Constance Brittain Bouchard, Those of My Blood: Constructing Noble Families in Medieval Francia (2001), p. 42.