Church and Chronicle in the Middle Ages: Essays Presented to John Taylor

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Ian Wood, Graham Loud, John Taylor
A&C Black, Jan 1, 1991 - History - 270 pages
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A collection of essays, in honour of John Taylor, which reflects his interests in, among other things, the Church's role in medieval historiography.
 

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Contents

1 Saint Wandrille and its Hagiography
1
2 Classbooks or Works of Art? Some Observations on the TenthCentury Manuscripts of Aldhelms De Laude Virginitatis
15
3 Swein Forkbeard and the Historians
27
4 Anna Komnena and her Sources for the Normans of Southern Italy
41
5 The Question of the Consecration of St Edmunds Church
59
The Gesta Innocentii PP III
87
7 An Unknown ThirteenthCentury Manuscript of lanua
101
8 Personal Seals in ThirteenthCentury England
117
11 Richard II and the Crisis of 1397
165
12 Social Outlook and Preaching in a Wycliffite Sermones Dominicales Collection
179
13 Gerson and Ideas of Hierarchy
193
Historical Writing at York and Durham in the Later Middle Ages
201
Fiction and Reality
219
16 Medievalism in CounterReformation Sicily
233
Ralph Thoresby FRS 16581725
251
List of Subscribers
271

9 Robert Mannyng of Brunne and the History of Arthurian Literature
129
Edward II John of Powderham and the Chronicles 1318
149

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