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The Life of Fursa (Author: [unknown])

section 16

Thereafter then, when Fursa beheld heathens and unbelievers destroying the monasteries and the whole province, he left evervthing in order in the monastery, and went over sea eastward to Frankland, and was honourably received by the king of the Franks, namely Clovis25, [or by] Ercinbald26, in the place named Latiniacum27, and a monastery was built by him; and not long after that he contracted his death-illness and reached the end of his life.28