2 edition of John Whethamstede: a neglected historian of fifteenth century England. found in the catalog.
John Whethamstede: a neglected historian of fifteenth century England.
Winifred Joy Mulligan
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The poet and historian John Hardyng, writing in the s, advocated that youths should learn to hunt as the stage of their education prior to training in arms. They were: For deer to hunt and slay and see them bleed, And hardiment giveth to his courage, And also in his wit he taketh heed, Imagining to take them at advantage. The famous Domesday Book (q.v.) of iS in its essential nature an inquiry into the state of England at the moment of the Conquest, compiled in order that the king may have a full knowledge of the rights that he possesses as the heir of King Edward.
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In NovemberJohn Hardyng, a 79 year-old veteran of Agincourt, made his way from Lincolnshire to London to deliver a unique account of British history to King Henry VI. The huge book that Hardyng carried provided details of.
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To trace this literary development during the fifteenth century and to estimate the value of the chronicles and records which it produced is Mr.
Kingsford's double purpose. The book has thus a very wide interest, both for the student of history and the student of literature.
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So it was time to turn back to the texts. St Albans Abbey is well known to medievalists for its historical writing and a rich seam survives from the fifteenth century.
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Intellectual Life in the Middle Ages continuous series, each with its rubric in a mixture of uncials and minuscule naming the addressee. A table of contents, with. Towards the end of his long career Abbot John Whethamstede, for many years the most celebrated Benedictine monk in England, took the opportunity of a Author: Annaliese Connolly.
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The historian William of Malmesbury, indeed, affirms that the death of Bede was fatal to learning in England, and especially to history; “insomuch that it may be said,” he adds, writing in the early part of the twelfth century, “that almost all knowledge of past events was buried in the same grave with him, and hath continued in that.1 PREFACE.
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This volume opens with a survey of monastic life and activities in the early Tudor period, which throws new light on the fortunes of the Cistercian abbeys and on the influence upon the monks of the new humanist education.
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