Arnold of Lübeck
Arnold of Lübeck (died 1211–1214) was a Benedictine abbot, a chronicler, the author of the Chronica Slavorum and advocate of the papal cause in the Hohenstaufen conflict. He was a monk at St. Ägidien monastery in Braunschweig, then from 1177 the first abbot of the newly founded St. John's monastery in Lübeck.
- Catholic Encyclopedia
- Leila Werthschulte. "Arnold of Lübeck." Encyclopedia of the Medieval Chronicle. Edited by: Graeme Dunphy. Brill Online, 2015. Reference. 19 November 2015 <http://referenceworks.brillonline.com/entries/encyclopedia-of-the-medieval-chronicle/arnold-of-lubeck-EMCSIM_00227> First appeared online: 2012 First Print Edition: ISBN 9789004184640, 20101111
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