Landulf of Milan

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Landulf of Milan (Italian: Landolfo di Milano, Latin: Landulfus Mediolanensis) was a late eleventh-century historian of Milan. His work Historiae Mediolanensis contains a proportion of pure invention, as well as gross inaccuracies.[1] He is called Landulf Senior to distinguish him from the unrelated chronicler of Milan Landulf Junior.[2]

He was a married priest[3] and opponent of the Gregorian Reform and the local Patarenes. He travelled to France to study: to Orléans in 1103, to Paris to study with William of Champeaux in 1107-7, and to Laon.[4]

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  1. ^ Chris Wickham, Lawyers Time p. 62, in Studies in Medieval History Presented to R. H. C. Davis (1985).
  2. ^ Christopher Kleinhenz, Medieval Italy: An Encyclopedia (2004), p. 216.
  3. ^ Constance H. Berman, Medieval Religion: New Approaches (2005) p. 145.
  4. ^ Richard William Southern, Scholastic Humanism and the Unification of Europe I (1995), p. 268.

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