Robert de Bello Fago
|Robert de Beaufeu|
Robert de Bello Fago (died in or before 1219) was a secular canon of Salisbury.
He is said have written a work entitled Encomium Topographiæ, after hearing the Topographia Hiberniæ (c.1188) of Gerald of Wales read by the author at a festival at Oxford.
A poem in praise of ale, Versus de commendatione Cervisiæ, in a manuscript in the Cambridge University Library, bears his name.
- Rigg, A. G. (2004). "Beaufeu, Robert de (d. in or before 1219)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/1850. (subscription required)
- This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Thompson, Edward Maunde (1885). "Beaufeu, Robert de". In Leslie Stephen. Dictionary of National Biography. 04. London: Smith, Elder & Co. pp. 36. Endnotes:
- Bale, iii. 36
- Works of Giraldus Cambr. (Rolls Series), volume i. 1861, page 72, volume iii. 1863, page 92
- Wright's Biography. British Lit. Anglo-Norman Period, 1846. page 469.
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