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  1. an important, if not always reliable, primary source for English medieval history, in particular the late 15th century

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  2. written at the Benedictine Abbey of Croyland, in Lincolnshire, England, off and on from 655 to 1486, and its first author claimed to be 'Ingulph' or 'Ingulf' of Croyland'

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  3. This author is now referred to as Pseudo-Ingulf

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  4. Some historians believe that author was John Russell, Bishop of Lincoln, who was Richard's Chancellor for most of his reign (until Richard dismissed him on July 24, 1485) but who now wanted to please the new king Henry

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  5. The part that covers the years 1459-1486 was written in April 1486 (after Henry Tudor had become Henry VII of England) by someone who had access to information from the court of Richard III-described as being a doctor of canon law and member of Edwar

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