William Of Malmesbury S Chronicle Of The Kings Of England

Author: William John Allen Giles
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William Of Malmesbury S Chronicle Of The Kings Of England

Author: William (of Malmesbury)
Publisher: London : H. G. Bohn
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From the Earliest Period to the Reign of King Stephen William (of Malmesbury)
John Allen Giles. incitements of my friends, to whose suggestions, though only
implied, ... dedicate it, if any think it worth their notice, to the studious;” which even
these men will readily pronounce to be consonant to equity, unless they are of
the number of those, of whom it is said ; “Fools are easy to confute, but not so
easy to restrain.” I will relate, then, in this, the fourth book of my work, every thing
which ...

Witchcraft In Europe 400 1700

Author: Alan Charles Kors
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 9780812217513
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It is part of a series of moral exemplary stories dealing with the theme of the
unquiet grave, among other topics. The year of the event discussed below was
presumably 1065. SOURCE: William of Malmesbury 's Chronicle of the Kings of
England, trans. I. A. Giles (London, 1847), 230-32. FURTHER READING: Peters,
The Magician, the Witch, and the Law, 29-33; lohn O. Ward, "Some Principles of
Rhetorical Historiography in the Twelfth Century," in Classical Rhetoric and
Medieval ...

Gesta Regum Anglorum General Introduction And Commentary

Author: William (of Malmesbury)
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198206828
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Volume II of the Oxford Medieval Texts edition provides a full historical introduction, a detailedtextual commentary, and an extensive bibliography. It forms the essential complement to the text and translation which appeared in Volume I.

Literary Patronage In The Middle Ages

Author: Karl Julius Holzknecht
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780714610627
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1211) which is dedicated to Otto.12 Just a little earlier Ethelred of Rievaux wrote
his Vita ct Miracula S. Ed- wardi Regis et Confessoris at the request of Laurence,
Abbot of Westminster, and addressed it to Henry.13 Geoffrey of Mon- mouth ...
Giles, William of Malmesbury's Chronicles of the Kings of England, (Bohn Lib.) is.
» De Nuglis Curialnim, ed. Wright, (Camden Society) 140. « De Rebus a ,e Cestis
, Works, (R. S.) I, 79. " Prologue and Epilogue, Ldseth, Oeuvres de Gautier d'
Arras, ...

William Of Malmesbury

Author: Rodney M. Thomson
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William was a historian, biblical commentator, biographer and classicist; his intellectual achievement is studied here.

The Chronicle Of The Kings Of Britain Translated From The Welsh Copy Attributed To Tysilio And Illustrated With Copious Notes To Which Are Added Original Dissertations By Peter Roberts

Author: Brut Tysylio
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... plundered in A. D. 1087, of its treasures, and of the body of St. David, with the
coffin in which it had been interred; for this, I presume, is what the Welsh
Chronicle terms his shrine; and, as an English bishop had been there, probably
was so by him. In the following year it was again plundered by Saxons, who
came by sea, and burned the town. By whom these treasures were stolen, the
author of that Chronicle says, was not known; but William of Malmesbury has
disclosed the secret.

1016 The Danish Conquest Of England

Author: Per Ullidtz
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There is no help to be found in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, which has three
pages on the time from 902 to 918, and there is nothing on France or Normandy.
William of Malmesbury regrets in his introduction to his Chronicle of the Kings of
England that a period of two hundred and twenty-three years after Bede (died
735) has very few historical sources. This was one of the consequences of the
general dissolution of society, caused both by the foreign invasions (Norman,
Saracen, and ...