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The Chronicle of John of Worcester: Volume II

The Annals from 450 to 1066 (Oxford Medieval Texts)

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA in Oxford, New York .
Written in English


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SeriesOxford medieval texts
ContributionsR. R. Darlington (Editor), P. McGurk (Editor, Translator), Jennifer Bray (Translator)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages804
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7397733M
ISBN 100198222610
ISBN 109780198222613

Edition and Translation: R. R. Darlington, P. McGurk and J. Bray (ed. and trs.), The Chronicle of John of Worcester, Oxford Medieval Texts, 3 vols. (Oxford, ).Volume 1, the introduction and edition of the Chronicula, has yet to 2 should be consulted for an account of the manuscripts. John of Worcester’s books. The Chronicle of John of Worcester: Volume III: The Annals from to with the Gloucester Interpolations and the Continuation to by. John of Worcester, Patrick MacGurk. avg rating — 2 ratings — published Want to /5(1).

The Chronicle of John of Worcester: Volume Ii: The Annals From to John of Worcester - - Oxford University Press UK. The Chronicle of John of Worcester: Volume . Ælfhelm (died ) was the ealdorman of Northumbria, in practice southern Northumbria (the area around York), from about until his death. An ealdorman (or earl) was a senior nobleman who governed a province—a shire or group of shires—on behalf of the king. Ælfhelm's powerful and wealthy family came from Mercia, a territory and former kingdom incorporating most of central England.

John, an Englishman by birth who entered the monastery of Worcester as a boy and won great repute for his learning and piety, continued the chronicle of Marianus Scotus and carefully recorded the events of William’s reign and of his sons William Rufus and Henry up to the present . R.R. Darlington and P. McGurk (eds), The Chronicle of John of Worcester: Volume II: The Annals from to (Oxford Medieval Texts), trans. Jennifer Bray .


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McGurk Translated by the late Jennifer Bray and P. McGurk. A Clarendon Press Publication. Oxford Medieval Texts. Vol. I will be published last. It will provide a general introduction, an edition of the episcopal lists, of the royal genealogies and accounts, and some indication of the contents of the chronicle before and of the earlier books in the Marianus world history on which the chronicle of John of Worcester.

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Darlington, Patrick McGurk: Translated by: Patrick McGurk, Jennifer Bray Reviews: 1. This article is part of an ongoing series of short biographies of medieval scribes. Scribe: John of Worcester Lived: c - Location: Worcester Priory Notable works: Chronicon ex chronicis John of Worcester was a contemporary of William of Malmesbury, Orderic Vitalis, and Henry of Huntingdon (among others) and, while it may be fair to.

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Its backbone isa translation of an Anglo-Saxon chronicle with varied connections, and this edition makes possible the. Thurbrand's floruit lay in the reigns of Æthelred (–), Sweyn Forkbeard (–) and Cnut (–). The Historia Regum and Chronicle of John of Worcester say that Thurbrand was a "Danish nobleman" (nobilo et Danico viro) His title, that of "Hold", derives from an office said by the Norðleoda laga ("Law of the North People") to have been equal in wergild to a royal high.Florence's chronicle ends with the year ; the first continuation,was written by John of Worcester; the second,was the work of John De Taxster tocontinued to probably by John of Eversden The Chronicle of Florence of Worcester: With the Two Continuations; Comprising Annals of English History, from the Departure of the Romans to the Reign of Edward I.

Bohn's antiquarian library: Author: Florence (of Worcester) Translated by: Thomas Forester: Publisher: H. G. Bohn, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Reviews: 1.