Alexander of Telese was an Italian chronicler and historian, and the abbot of San Salvatore, near Telese, in southern Italy from before 1127 to before November 1143. His most famous work is The Deeds Done by King Roger of Sicily, a largely biographical work coverring the reign of Roger II of Sicily. This work was written at the request and with the patronage of Matilda, a half-sister of Roger and wife of Ranulf II, Count of Alife. More information...
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