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Continuatio Eulogii

The Continuation of the Eulogium Historiarum, 1364-1413

«[A] narrative that has provided a remarkable source, rich in detail and contemporary comment, for students and scholars of late medieval English history alike. ... It is a splendid addition for a period already rich in printed and translated primary sources.»

Gwilym Dodd, Parliamentary History

The Continuation of the Eulogium Historiarum is one of the major contemporary narratives of the reigns of Richard II and Henry IV. It covers the dramatic half century from 1364-1413, including the later years of the ailing Edward III (who died in 1377), the turbulent reign and ultimate fall of Richard II (deposed in 1399), and the struggles of his supplanter, Henry IV (who died in 1413) to establish the Lancastrian regime. Les mer

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The Continuation of the Eulogium Historiarum is one of the major contemporary narratives of the reigns of Richard II and Henry IV. It covers the dramatic half century from 1364-1413, including the later years of the ailing Edward III (who died in 1377), the turbulent reign and ultimate fall of Richard II (deposed in 1399), and the struggles of his supplanter, Henry IV (who died in 1413) to establish the Lancastrian regime. It is written in a picturesque and
anecdotal style, with a great deal of material not found in other contemporary chronicles. Although known and referred to for nearly two hundred years, it has never been translated into English before. This edition also includes a new transcription of the sole surviving British Library manuscript and a
thorough investigation of the authorship, sources, and composition of what has always been regarded as an enigmatic source.

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Forlag
Oxford University Press
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Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9780198823377
Utgivelsesår
2019
Format
21 x 15 cm

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«[A] narrative that has provided a remarkable source, rich in detail and contemporary comment, for students and scholars of late medieval English history alike. ... It is a splendid addition for a period already rich in printed and translated primary sources.»

Gwilym Dodd, Parliamentary History

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