Thomas of Erceldoune

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Thomas of Erceldoune

(ˈɜːsəlˌduːn)
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(Biography) called Thomas the Rhymer. ?1220–?97, Scottish seer and poet; reputed author of a poem on the Tristan legend

Thom′as of Er′celdoune


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( “Thomas the Rhymer” ) c1220–97?, Scottish poet.
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