William Of Malmesbury's Chronicle Of The Kings Of England: From The Earliest Period To The Reign Of King Stephen
Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2006 - History - 544 pages
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Running from the reign of Alfred to the reign of Stephen, every following history of The British Isles owes a debt to this monk. Read full review
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Chronicle of the Kings of England comprehensively details the history of the English people from their earliest days to the middle of the 12th century. Borrowing largely from Bede, William details ... Read full review
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Early Medieval Resources: Oswald Bibliography
Primary Sources. Adomnan of Iona. Life of Columba. Internet Medieval Sourcebook. Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (1998) Michael Swanton, Ed. Routledge. ...
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