Thomas of Erceldoune

biographical name flourished 1220-1297 Thomas the Rhymer and Thomas Learmont Scottish seer & poet

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  • Thomas of Erceldoune — /tom euhs euhv err seuhl doohn / ( Thomas the Rhymer ), c1220 97?, Scottish poet. * * * …   Universalium

  • Thomas of Erceldoune — Thom′as of Er′celdoune n. big (“Thomas the Rhymer”) c1220–97?, Scottish poet …   From formal English to slang

  • Thomas of Erceldoune — /tɒməs əv ˈɜsəldun/ (say tomuhs uhv ersuhldoohn) noun ( Thomas the Rhymer ), 1220?–1297?, Scottish poet …   Australian English dictionary

  • Thomas of Erceldoune — /tom euhs euhv err seuhl doohn / ( Thomas the Rhymer ), c1220 97?, Scottish poet …   Useful english dictionary

  • Erceldoune, Thomas — (Thomas the Rhymer) (ca. 1220–1297)    Thomas of Erceldoune, sometimes called Thomas Rhymer (that is, MINSTREL), was a Scottish poet of the late 13th century who attained a reputation as a seer or prophet in the centuries after his death.… …   Encyclopedia of medieval literature

  • Thomas le Rhymer — (aussi appelé Thomas Rhymer ou Thomas Rymer), de son vrai nom Thomas Learmonth d Erceldoune, est un devin et un poète écossais du XIIIe siècle. Thomas est né à Erceldoune (actuellement, Earlston), sur la frontière écossaise. Il a la… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Thomas le rhymer — (aussi appelé Thomas Rhymer ou Thomas Rymer), de son vrai nom Thomas Learmonth d Erceldoune, est un devin et un poète écossais du XIIIe siècle. Thomas est né à Erceldoune (actuellement, Earlston), sur la frontière écossaise. Il a la… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Thomas the Rhymer — Not to be confused with Thomas Rymer, a 17th century English historian. Thomas Learmont (c. 1220 [ [http://www.fofweb.com/activelink2.asp?ItemID=WE54 SID= iPin=EML0198 SingleRecord=True Facts On File Online Databases ] ] – c. 1298; [… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas The Rhymer — ▪ Scottish poet also called  Thomas Learmont , or  Thomas Of Erceldoune  flourished 1220–97       Scottish poet and prophet who was likely the author of the metrical romance Sir Tristrem, a version of the widely diffused Tristan legend. The… …   Universalium

  • Erceldoune — /err seuhl doohn /, n. Thomas of. See Thomas of Erceldoune. * * * …   Universalium

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