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Edelbert in prayer. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from Latin into English

with an angel. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from Latin into English

with the Pope. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from Latin into English

Edelbert with priests. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from Latin into English

(top) and the shrine at Dunstable (bottom). John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund

Osgoth the Dane at Edmund's tomb. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from

miniature of Leofstan dying. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from Latin into

of knights stealing horses. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from Latin into

a thief stealing a jewel. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from Latin

Osgoth the Dane at Edmund's tomb. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from

the removal of Edmund's tomb. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from Latin

Edmund's body being taken to London. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from

of Edmund's body being transported. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from Latin

and the building of the abbey at Bury St. Edmond's. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and

first) with foliate spray. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from Latin into

and leading courtiers into the confraternity of St Edmund, an event described in the poem, and illuminated initial. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this

death of Offa; they ask Edmund to go to England. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and

asking the advice of a bishop. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from

a tree and being shot at with arrows. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin

setting out to find the body of Edmund. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin

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