Abraham succeeded to the see on the resignation of Sulien in 1078. According to MS. C of Ann. C., he was murdered by the 'gentiles' who ravaged S. Davids in 1080. The inscribed memorial cross of his sons, Hedd and Isaac, was discovered in the cathedral in 1891.
Published date: 1959
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