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Who were the Green Children Of Woolpit?
The Legend Of Green Children Of Woolpit
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- Two writers, Ralph of Coggeshall (died c. 1226) and William of Newburgh (c. 1136–1198), reported on the sudden and unexplained arrival in the village of two green children during one summer in the 12th century.
- William states that the account given in his Historia rerum Anglicarum (c. 1189) is based on "reports from a number of trustworthy sources".
- Ralph's account in his Chronicum Anglicanum, written some time during the 1220s, incorporates information from Sir Richard de Calne of Wykes,who reportedly gave the green children refuge in his manor.
After learning to speak English, the children the surviving girl, explained that they came from a land where the sun never shone and the light was like twilight. She called her home St Martin's Land and adds that everything there was green.
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