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Author: Chris Given-Wilson

Publisher: Clarendon Press

ISBN: 9780191559211

Category: History

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This is the first complete edition of the Chronicon Anonymi Cantuariensis, a contemporary narrative that provides valuable insights into medieval war and diplomacy, written at Canterbury shortly after the mid-fourteenth century. The previous edition, published in 1914, was based on a manuscript from which the text for the years 1357 to 1364 was missing. Presented here in full with a modern English translation, the chronicle provides a key narrative of military and political events covering the years from 1346 to 1365. Concentrating principally on the campaigns of the Hundred Years War and their impact upon the inhabitants of south-east England, the author took advantage of his position on the main news route between London and Paris to provide a detailed account of a crucial phase in British and European history.
2008-06-19 By Chris Given-Wilson

[ CHRONICON ANONYMI CANTUARIENSIS . ] Anno Domini MCCCXLVI ° , avertens rex Angliae f . 51 multa verba Francorum pacifica in dolo , quadque jus1 suum , quod in regno et ad regnum Franciae successione Murim . p .

Author: John (of Reading), Stephen Birchington, Johannes (de Reading.)

Publisher: Manchester University Press

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Excerpt from Chronica Johannis De Reading Et Anonymi Cantuariensis, 1346-1367 II. - The Anonymous Canterbury Chronicle Appendices. A. Extracts from the Westminster chronicle, 1325-45 B. Addition to character of Edward III from Brit. Mus. Addit. Ms. 12118 Chronological Summary of Reading's Chronicle Chronological Summary of the Canterbury Chronicle Chronicon Johannis de Reading Chronicon Anonymi Cantuariensis. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

H [ CHRONICON ANONYMI CANTUARIENSIS . ] Anno Domini M ° CCC ° XLVI ' , avertens rex Angliae f . 61 multa verba Francorum pacifica in dolo , quadque just suum , quod in regno et ad regnum Franciae successione Murim . p .

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This is the first complete edition of the Chronicon Anonymi Cantuariensis, a contemporary narrative that provides valuable insights into medieval war and politics.

Author: Charity Scott-Stokes

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 9780199297146

Category: History

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This is the first complete edition of the Chronicon Anonymi Cantuariensis, a contemporary narrative that provides valuable insights into medieval war and politics. Newly edited with a modern English translation, it presents a detailed account of the military campaigns and diplomatic negotiations of a crucial phase in the Hundred Years War.
2008-06-19 By Charity Scott-Stokes

56 As mentioned in earlier chapters , the drawing up and expedition of secret letters did not , 52 Chronicon Anonymi Cantuariensis , ed . C. Scott - Stokes , C. Given - Wilson ( Oxford , 2011 ) , no . 43–46 , pp . 39–43 .

Author: Barbara Bombi

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780191045349

Category: History

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This volume is concerned with diplomacy between England and the papal curia during the first phase of the Anglo-French conflict known as the Hundred Years' War (1305-1360). On the one hand, Barbara Bombi compares how the practice of diplomacy, conducted through both official and unofficial diplomatic communications, developed in England and at the papal curia alongside the formation of bureaucratic systems. On the other hand, she questions how the Anglo-French conflict and political change during the reigns of Edward II and Edward III impacted on the growth of diplomatic services both in England and the papal curia. Through the careful examination of archival and manuscript sources preserved in English, French, and Italian archives, this book argues that the practice of diplomacy in fourteenth-century Europe nurtured the formation of a "shared language of diplomacy". The latter emerged from the need to "translate" different traditions thanks to the adaptation of house-styles, formularies, and ceremonial practices as well as through the contribution of intermediaries and diplomatic agents acquainted with different diplomatic and legal traditions. This argument is mostly demonstrated in the second part of the book, where the author examines four relevant case studies: the papacy's move to France after the election of Pope Clement V (1305) and the succession of Edward II to the English throne (1307); Anglo-papal relations between the war of St Sardos (1324) and the deposition of Edward II in 1327; the outbreak of the Hundred Years' Wars in 1337; and lastly the conclusion of the first phase of the war, which was marked in 1360 by the agreement between England and France known as the Treaty of Brétigny-Calais.
2019-07-23 By Barbara Bombi

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See the Chronicon Anonymi Cantuariensis in Chronica Johannis de Reading et Anonymi Cantuariensis 1346-1367 , ed . James Tait ( Manchester : Manchester University Press , 1914 ) , 205 , and the Anonimalle Chronicle , 41.

Author: Leeds Barroll

Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press

ISBN: 0838639623

Category: Literary Criticism

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Shakespeare Studies is an international volume published every year in hardcover, containing more than three hundred pages of essays and studies by critics from both hemispheres.
2002-11 By Leeds Barroll

Chronicon Angliae, ab Anno Domini 1328 usque ad Annum 1388. Auctore monacho quodam Sancti Albani, ed. by Thompson, Edward Maunde (Rerum Britannicarum Medii Aevi Scriptores 64), London 1874. Chronicon Anonymi Cantuariensis, in: Chronica ...

Author: Kathleen Pribyl

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319559537

Category: Technology & Engineering

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This book is situated at the cross-roads of environmental, agricultural and economic history and climate science. It investigates the climatic background for the two most significant risk factors for life in the crisis-prone England of the Later Middle Ages: subsistence crisis and plague. Based on documentary data from eastern England, the late medieval growing season temperature is reconstructed and the late summer precipitation of that period indexed. Using these data, and drawing together various other regional (proxy) data and a wide variety of contemporary documentary sources, the impact of climatic variability and extremes on agriculture, society and health are assessed. Vulnerability and resilience changed over time: before the population loss in the Great Pestilence in the mid-fourteenth century meteorological factors contributing to subsistence crises were the main threat to the English people, after the arrival of Yersinia pestis it was the weather conditions that faciliated the formation of recurrent major plague outbreaks. Agriculture and harvest success in late medieval England were inextricably linked to both short term weather extremes and longer term climatic fluctuations. In this respect the climatic transition period in the Late Middle Ages (c. 1250-1450) is particularly important since the broadly favourable conditions for grain cultivation during the Medieval Climate Optimum gave way to the Little Ice Age, when agriculture was faced with many more challenges; the fourteenth century in particular was marked by high levels of climatic variability.
2017-07-10 By Kathleen Pribyl

Lettenhove, Bourgeois de Valenciennes, 316–317, 318; Martin, Knighton's Chronicle, 189. 7. Martin, Knighton's Chronicle, 189. 8. Tait, Chronica Johannis de Reading, 162–163; Scott-Stokes and GivenWilson, Chronicon Anonymi Cantuariensis, ...

Author: Neil Murphy

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137532947

Category: History

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This book provides a systematic analysis of the innovations that occurred in the display of royal power during John II’s four years in English captivity. Neil Murphy shows how the French king’s competition with Edward III led to a revolution in the presentation of the royal image, manifesting through developments to the sacral character of the French monarchy, lavish displays of gift giving, and the use of courtly display. Showing that the Hundred Years War was not just fought on the battlefields of France, this book unravels how the war played out daily in the competition for status between Edward III and John II.
2016-10-21 By Neil Murphy

Chronicon Anonymi Cantuariensis, ed. and trans. Charity Scott-Stokes and Chris Given-Wilson (2008), p. 133. Froissart (1901), vol. 1, pp. 79, 83; Christine de Pisan, Fais et Bonnes Meurs du Sage Roy Charles (1819), pt. 2, chap. 4.

Author: Susan Wise Bauer

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 9780393240672

Category: History

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A lively and fascinating narrative history about the birth of the modern world. Beginning in the heady days just after the First Crusade, this volume—the third in the series that began with The History of the Ancient World and The History of the Medieval World—chronicles the contradictions of a world in transition. Popes continue to preach crusade, but the hope of a Christian empire comes to a bloody end at the walls of Constantinople. Aristotelian logic and Greek rationality blossom while the Inquisition gathers strength. As kings and emperors continue to insist on their divine rights, ordinary people all over the world seize power: the lingayats of India, the Jacquerie of France, the Red Turbans of China, and the peasants of England. New threats appear, as the Ottomans emerge from a tiny Turkish village and the Mongols ride out of the East to set the world on fire. New currencies are forged, new weapons invented, and world-changing catastrophes alter the landscape: the Little Ice Age and the Great Famine kill millions; the Black Death, millions more. In the chaos of these epoch-making events, our own world begins to take shape. Impressively researched and brilliantly told, The History of the Renaissance World offers not just the names, dates, and facts but the memorable characters who illuminate the years between 1100 and 1453—years that marked a sea change in mankind’s perception of the world.
2013-09-23 By Susan Wise Bauer