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Geoffrey of Monmouth

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noun
1100?–1154, English chronicler.
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Geoffrey of Monmouth
/ (ˈdʒɛfrɪ) /

noun
?1100–54, Welsh bishop and chronicler; author of Historia Regum Britanniae, the chief source of Arthurian legends
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