by William of Malmesbury and translated by Frank Lomax.
W. of M. is generally regarded as one of the most astute and reliable of the medieaval historians. His book covers the period from AD 63 to 1126, and takes the form of a treatise on "The Antiquities of Glastonbury" beginning with the legends of Joseph of Arimathea. It was probably written towards 1135.
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