Andrew of Wyntoun
Andrew of Wyntoun (also known as Andrew de Wyntoun and Andrew Wyntoun) (c. 1350 – c. 1425), was a Scottish poet, a canon of St. Andrew's and a prior (higher-up within the Church) of St. Serf's Inch in Loch Leven. Wyntoun and John Barbour (The Brus, 1375) were the first people to write about history in the Scots language.
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- Dukes, Paul (1997). "Foresay". Cairn. 1: 2.