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Nuns' Scriptoria in England and Francia in the Eighth Century
Shortly before 713 Abbess Aelfled of Whitby addressed a letter to abbess Adela of Pfalzel near Trier, commending to her care an English abbess on pilgrimage, with the implication that Pfalzel was a common resting place for English pilgrims to Rome1. It is also one example among many of contact maintained between England and the Continent in the seventh, eighth and ninth centuries. In this case, the fact that it is between two female monasteries suggests a continuation of the kind of contactsdoi:10.11588/fr.1992.1.57090 fatcat:tjr6s656jje5taiqyk3lcedxm4