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The St. Albans chronicle 1406-1420

Thomas Walsingham

The St. Albans chronicle 1406-1420

by Thomas Walsingham

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Published by Clarendon in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesSt. Alban"s chronicle.
Statementedited by V.H. Galbraith.
ContributionsGalbraith, V.H. 1889-1976.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13890237M

The second in a series of scholarly monographs designed to collect and organize source material for the interpretation of the thought of St. Augustine, this work contains a list of the occurrences of the word auctoritas in Augustine's writings, an anthology of representative passages in which it is discussed, and a number of indicesV. C. C. expressions of resentment in Oxford. In The St. Albans Chronicle (edited from Bodley MS ; Oxford, 7), p. 4 7, he found Wyclyf's title "sacre pagine professor" mutilated into "sacre pagine perversor," and in Aubrey Gwynn con­File Size: KB.

The chronicles of medieval England and Scotland: Part I Antonia Gransden The aim of this study, which will be in in two parts, is to classify and characterize the chronicles of medieval England and, to a lesser extent, of Scotland. Attention is especially paid to their later Cited by: 6. Follow these links for explanations of the aim & purpose of this catalog, its condition of use, the dates, the general abbreviations, the language abbreviations, the nationality abbreviations & the electronic library codes used, and for advice on buying or borrowing & on selling or valuing old books.. More information on many of these authors, and on other books of theirs, is contained in.

Notes - The Hundred Years War: A People's History - by David Green Books near Embrun. He studied at the University of Avignon and held various minor official positions. His book L’arbre des batailles is a treatise on war and the laws of war. Written in for a broad St Albans Chronicle –, ed. V. H. Galbraith (Oxford, Rosslyn Chapel dedicated as The Collegiate Church of St Matthew. The Chapel was re-consecrated during its actual building; there is a Papal Bull issued to that effect. The old church of St Matthew was a much smaller church and was already falling into ruin on commencement of the new one. The family had another small Chapel within Rosslyn Castle.


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Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Walsingham, Thomas, active St. Albans chronicle Oxford, Clarendon Press. Buy The St. Albans Chronicle, Edited from Bodley MS. by V. Galbraith by Vivian Hunter Galbraith, Thomas Walsingham (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Vivian Hunter Galbraith, Thomas Walsingham. London, British Library, MS Cotton Nerofols.

6v–7r (Golden Book of St. Albans) Language: Latin Manuscript date: The Golden Book of St. Albans (also known as the Liber Benefactorum, Book of Benefactors) is a record of the names of benefactors and their contributions to the Benedictine abbey of St.

Albans (for more on Continue reading Royal Benefactors. Chronicle-writing in later medieval England was dominated by the Benedictine abbey of St. Albans. Initiated by Roger of Wendover and then continued by Matthew Paris, this rich tradition was revitalized in the later years of the fourteenth century by Thomas Walsingham (c.

WALSINGHAM, THOMAS Monk and historian of saint albans Abbey, England; d. Walsingham first came to notice in when he compiled the Book of Benefactors of his house (London, Brit.

Mus., Cotton, Nero ). In that year he described himself as precentor et scriptorarius of St. Albans. During the next 14 years he continued matthew paris's Great Chronicle with his own Chronica maiora. and The St Albans Chronicle, –, ed. Galbraith, V.

(Oxford, ), p. 28, give ‘undecimo Kalendas Marcii’ (19 February) which is the correct date. The only other source to mention the Feast of St Matthias (24 February) is the Anonymi Chronicon Godstovianum, ed. Hearne, T. (Oxford, ), by: 2. The Anonimalle chronicle, to from a ms.

written at St. Mary's abbey, York, and now in the possession of Lieut.-Col. Sir William Ingilby, bart., Ripley Castle, Yorkshire (Book) 16 editions published in in 3 languages and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

The St. Albans Chronicle, Edited from Bodley MS. by V. Galbraith. The St. Albans Chronicle, Edited from Bodley MS. by V. 1 copy Kings and Chroniclers: Essays in English Medieval History (History Series 1 copy. "Thomas Walsingham and the St.

Albans Chronicle, ," English Historical Review 47 (), ; and The St. Albans Chronicle, (Oxford, ), pp. ix-lxxi. For Wal-singham's place in monastic historiography see also Galbraith's Roger Wendover and Mathew Paris. BOOK REVIEWS s and s.

The first sustained effort to correct the errors in the Rolls Series editions was made by Vivian H. Galbraith, with his edition of The St Albans Chronicle (Oxford, ). Galbraith's groundbreaking work was continued by. The St. Albans Chronicle, / edited from Bodley MS. by V.H. Galbraith Walsingham, Thomas, active [ Book: ].

The copy of Ralph Diceto's Ymagines Historiarum (Figure 14) belonging to St Albans is a convincing example of a chronicle marked for a scribe making a copy for another religious house (BL Royal MS. 13 EXI). It has passages marked by small diagonal strokes in plummet in the by: 1.

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Perhaps this Book of Benefactors is to be identified with that by Thomas Walsingham. now BL MS. Cotton Nero D VII, for which see The St.

Albans Chronicle –, ed. Galbraith, V. (Oxford, ), pp. xxxvi – by: 4. “Go Little Book.” Notes and Queries (), Archibald, Elizabeth, ed. and trans. Apollonius of Tyre: Medieval and Renaissance Themes and Variations, Including a Text and Translation of ‘The Historia Apollonii Regis Tyrii.’.

Richard II () has long suffered from an unusually unmanly reputation. Over the centuries, he has been habitually associated with lavish courtly expenditure, absolutist ideas, Francophile tendencies, and a love of peace, all of which have been linked to the king's physical effeminacy. The first sustained effort to correct the errors in the Rolls Series editions was made by Vivian H.

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Albans Chronicle, – Edited From Bodley MS. by V. H. Galbraith. Pp. Lxxv + Oxford: Clarendon Press. Cloth, 21s. [REVIEW] C. J. Fordyce.Le Févre: Jean le Févre, Chronique de Jean le Févre, Seigneur de St Remy, ed. by François Morand (Société de l’Histoire de France, Paris, ), 2 vols.

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