Post-classical history

Select Bibliography and List of Abbreviations

Works which are abbreviated in the notes are here given under both the abbreviation and the editor’s or author’s name. All places of publication are London unless otherwise stated.

Unpublished Manuscripts in the National Archives

DL 25/1649

DL 28/1/6

C53/184–5

E 101/47/11

E 101/321/26–29

E 101/404/21.

E 101/404/23

E 101/406/21–30

E 358/6

E 361/7

E 403/620–623

E 405/28

E 407/11

A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household (1790)

Christopher Allmand, Henry V (1992)

Christopher Allmand (ed.), Society at War (Woodbridge, 1998)

Rémy Ambühl, ‘A Fair Share of the Profits? The Ransoms of Agincourt (1415)’, Nottingham Medieval Studies, 50 (2006), pp. 129–50

Rowena Archer and Simon Walker (eds), Rulers and Ruled in Late Medieval England: Essays presented to Gerald Harriss (1995)

Archives départmentales de l’Hérault, Actes Royaux des archives de l’Hérault … vol. 1 (Montpellier, 1980)

R. L. Atkinson, ‘Richard II and the Death of the Duke of Gloucester’, EHR, 38 (1923), pp. 563–4

Gérard Bacquet, Azincourt (Bellegarde, 1977)

J. F. Baldwin, The King’s Council in England During the Middle Ages (Oxford, 1913, reprinted 1969)

Juliet Barker, Agincourt: the King, the Campaign, the Battle (2005)

M. L. Bellaguet (ed.), Chronique du Religieux de Saint-Denys contenant le Règne de Charles VI, de 1380 à 1422, vol. 5 (Paris, 1844)

George Frederick Beltz, Memorials of the Order of the Garter From its Foundation to the Present Time (1841)

Michael Bennett, ‘Edward III’s Entail and the Succession to the Crown, 1376–1471’, EHR, 113 (1998), pp. 580–609

Douglas Biggs, ‘“A wrong whom conscience and kindred bid me to right”: a reassessment of Edmund Langley, duke of York, and the usurpation of

Henry IV’, Albion, 26 (1994), pp. 253–72

The Book of Fees Commonly Called Testa de Nevill (3 vols, 1920–31)

BL: British Library

Jim Bradbury, The Medieval Archer (Woodbridge 1985, rep. 1998)

F. W. D. Brie (ed.) The Brut (2 vols, Oxford, 1906–8)

R. A. Brown, H. M. Colvin and A. J. Taylor, History of the King’s Works: the Middle Ages (2 vols, 1963)

Cal. Charter Rolls: Calendar of the Charter Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office, 1226–1516 (6 vols, 1903–1927)

Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts Relating to English Affairs Existing in the Archives and Collections of Venice and in Other Libraries of Northern Italy, vol. 1: 1202–1509 (1864, reprinted 1970)

CCR: Calendar of the Close Rolls 1413–1419 (1929)

Chronica Maiora: David Preest and James G. Clark (eds), The Chronica Maiora of Thomas Walsingham, 1376–1422 (Woodbridge, 2005)

C. A. Cole (ed.), Memorials of Henry the Fifth, King of England, Rolls Series, 11 (1858)

CP: G. E. Cokayne, revised by V. Gibbs, H. A. Doubleday, D. Warrand, Lord Howard de Walden and Peter Hammond (eds), The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom extant, extinct or dormant (14 vols, 1910–1998)

CPR: Calendar of the Patent Rolls 1413–1416 (1910)

Anne Curry, Agincourt: a New History (Stroud, 2006)

Anne Curry, ‘The Military Ordinances of Henry V: Texts and Contexts’, in

Given-Wilson, Kettle and Scales (eds), War, Government and Aristocracy, pp. 214–49

Anne Curry (ed.), Agincourt 1415: Henry V, Sir Thomas Erpingham and the Triumph of the English Archers (Stroud, 2000)

Anne Curry (ed.), The Battle of Agincourt: Sources and Interpretations (Woodbridge, 2000)

de Baye: Alexandre Tuetey (ed.), Journal de Nicolas de Baye, Greffier du Parlement de Paris 1400–1417, vol. 2 (Paris, 1888)

Frederick Devon (ed.), Issues of the Exchequer (1837)

Keith Dockray, Warrior King: the Life of Henry V (Stroud, 2007)

Gwilym Dodd and Douglas Biggs (eds), Henry IV: the Establishment of the Regime (Woodbridge, 2003)

Gwilym Dodd and Douglas Biggs (eds), The Reign of Henry IV: Rebellion and Survival (Woodbridge, 2008)

Gwilym Dodd, ‘Patronage, Petitions and Grace’, in Dodd and Biggs (eds), Rebellion and Survival, pp. 105–35

Mark Duffy, Royal Tombs of Medieval England (Stroud, 2003)

Sir William Dugdale, Monasticon Anglicanum: a New Edition … by John Caley Esq., Henry Ellis … and the Reverend Bulkeley Bandinel (6 vols, 1817–30)

Christopher Dyer, Standards of Living in the Later Middle Ages (Cambridge, revised edn, 1998)

EHD: A. R. Myres (ed.), English Historical Documents vol. 4: 1327–1485 (1969)

EHR: English Historical Review

Fears: Ian Mortimer, The Fears of Henry IV: the Life of England’s Self-Made King (2007)

Christopher Fletcher, Richard II: Manhood, Youth and Politics, 1377–1399 (Oxford, 2008)

Foedera: Thomas Rymer (ed.), Foedera, conventiones, literae, et cujuscunque generis acta publica (20 vols, 1704–35)

John Fox, Acts and Monuments of Matters Most Special and Memorable Happening in the Church, with an Universall Historie of the Same, vol. 1 (1641)

Frederick J. Furnivall (ed.), The Babees Book, Early English Text Society (1868; reprint, Woodbridge, 1997)

Gesta: Frank Taylor and John S. Roskell (eds), Gesta Henrici Quinti: the Deeds of Henry the Fifth (Oxford, 1975)

James E. Gilbert, ‘A Medieval “Rosie the Riveter”? Women in France and Southern England during the Hundred Years War’, in Villalon and Kagay (eds), The Hundred Years War, pp. 333–64

Chris Given-Wilson, The Royal Household and the King’s Affinity: Service, Politics and Finance in England 1360–1413 (1986)

Chris Given-Wilson (ed.), The Chronicle of Adam Usk (Oxford, 1997)

Chris Given-Wilson (ed.), Parliamentary Rolls of Medieval England (CD ROM ed., Woodbridge, 2005)

Chris Given-Wilson, Ann Kettle and Len Scales (eds), War, Government and Aristocracy in the British Isles c. 1150–1500: Essays in Honour of Michael Prestwich (Woodbridge, 2008)

John Grime, The Lanterne of Lyght (1535)

T. D. Hardy (ed.), Syllabus … of Rymer’s Foedera (3 vols, 1869–85)

Sir William Hardy and Edward L. C. P. Hardy (eds), A Collection of the Chronicles and Ancient Histories …by John de Waurin, Lord of Forestel … 1399–1422 (1887)

G. L. Harriss, ‘The King and his Magnates’, in Harriss (ed.), Henry V: the Practice of Kingship, pp. 53–74

G. L. Harriss (ed.), Henry V: the Practice of Kingship (Stroud, 1993)

Gerald Harriss, Cardinal Beaufort: a Study of Lancastrian Ascendancy and Decline (Oxford, 1988)

Gerald Harriss, Shaping the Nation: England 1360–1461 (Oxford, 2005)

Barbara Harvey, Living and Dying in England 1100–1540: the Monastic Experience (Oxford, 1993; reprinted 1995)

F. S. Haydon (ed.), Eulogium (Historiarum sive Temporis): Chronicon ab Orbe Condito usque ad Annum Domini MCCCLXVI (3 vols, 1858–63)

F. C. Hingeston (ed.), The Book of the Illustrious Henries by John Capgrave (1858)

F C. Hingeston (ed.), The Chronicle of England by John Capgrave (1858) F. C. Hingeston (ed.), Royal and Historical Letters During the Reign of Henry

IV, King of England and France and Lord of Ireland (2 vols, 1860, 1964)

HKW: R. A. Brown, H. M. Colvin and A. J. Taylor, History of the King’s Works: the Middle Ages (2 vols, 1963)

Harold F. Hutchinson, Henry V: a Biography (1967)

Ronald Hutton, The Rise and Fall of Merry England: the Ritual Year 1400–1700 (Oxford, 1994)

Issues: Frederick Devon (ed.), Issues of the Exchequer (1837)

E. F. Jacob, Archbishop Henry Chichele (1967)

E. F. Jacob, Henry V and the Invasion of France (1947)

E. F. Jacob, The Register of Henry Chichele, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1414–1443, Canterbury and York Series, vols 42, 45–7 (4 vols, 1937–47)

Thomas Johnes (ed.), The Chronicles of Enguerrand de Monstrelet (2 vols, 1853)

H. A. Kelly, ‘English Kings and the Fear of Sorcery’, Mediaeval Studies, 39 (1977), pp. 206–38

C. L. Kingsford (ed.), The First English Life of Henry V (Oxford, 1911), pp. 11–12

J. L. Kirby (ed.), Calendar of Signet Letters of Henry IV and Henry V (1978)

J. L. Kirby (ed.), Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem … vol. 20: 1–5 Henry V (1995)

Louise Ropes Loomis (trans.), The Council of Constance: the Unification of the Church (New York, 1961)

H. R. Luard (ed.), Flores Historiarum (3 vols, 1890)

William Marx (ed.), An English Chronicle 1377–1461: a New Edition (Woodbridge, 2003)

Gervase Mathew, The Court of Richard II (1968)

K. B. McFarlane, ‘England: the Lancastrian Kings, 1399–1461’, in C. W. Previté-Orton and Z. N. Brooke (eds), The Cambridge History of Medieval Europe, vol 8: the Close of the Middle Ages (Cambridge, 1936), pp. 362–93

K. B. McFarlane, Lancastrian Kings and Lollard Knights (Oxford, 1972)

Peter McNiven, Heresy and Politics in the Reign of Henry IV: the Burning of John Badby (Woodbridge, 1987)

Monstrelet: Thomas Johnes (ed.), The Chronicles of Enguerrand de Monstrelet (2 vols, 1853)

D. A. L. Morgan, ‘The political after-life of Edward III: the apotheosis of a Warmonger’, EHR, 112 (1997), pp. 856–81

Philip Morgan, ‘Memories of the Battle of Shrewsbury’ (paper delivered at Nottingham 2006)

Ian Mortimer, ‘Henry IV’s Date of Birth and the Royal Maundy’, Historical Research, 80 (2007), pp. 567–76

Ian Mortimer, ‘Richard II and the Succession to the Crown’, History, 91, 303 (2006), pp. 320–36

Ian Mortimer, The Fears of Henry IV: the Life of England’s Self-Made King (2007)

Ian Mortimer, The Perfect King: the Life of Edward III, Father of the English Nation (2006)

Ian Mortimer, The Time Traveller’s Guide to Medieval England (2008)

Ian Mortimer, ‘York or Lancaster? Who was the Rightful Heir to the Throne in 1460?’, Richard III Society Bulletin (Autumn 2008), pp. 20–4

A. R. Myres (ed.), English Historical Documents vol. 4: 1327–1485 (1969)

J. Nichols (ed.), A Collection of All the Wills Now Known to be Extant of the Kings and Queens of England … (1780, reprinted New York, 1969)

Donald M. Nicol, ‘A Byzantine Emperor in England: Manuel II’s visit to London in 1400–1401’, University of Birmingham Historical Journal, 12, 2 (1970), pp. 204–25

Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas, History of the Battle of Agincourt and of the Expedition of Henry the Fifth into France in 1415 (2nd ed., 1832)

Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas (ed.), Proceedings and Ordinances of the Privy Council of England (7 vols, 1834–37)

Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas (ed.), Testamenta Vetusta: Illustrations from Wills of Manners, Customs, etc. from the Reign of Henry the Second to the Accession of Elizabeth I, vol. 1 (1826)

ODNB: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography from the earliest times to the year 2000 (on-line edition, Oxford, 2004, with corrections and additions)

George Oliver, Monasticon Diocesis Exonienses (Exeter, 1846)

Mark Ormrod, ‘The Rebellion of Archbishop Scrope and the Tradition of Opposition to Royal Taxation’, in Dodd and Biggs (eds), Rebellion and Survival, pp. 162–79

W. M. Ormrod, ‘The Personal Religion of Edward III’, Speculum, 64 (1989), pp. 849–911

A. J. Otway-Ruthven, A History of Medieval Ireland (1968, reprinted 1993)

Papal Registers: J. A. Twemlow (ed.), Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers relating to Great Britain and Ireland: Papal Letters vol. 6: 1404–1415 (1904)

Kate Parker, ‘Politics and Patronage in Lynn 1399–1416’, in Dodd and Biggs (eds), Rebellion and Survival, pp. 210–27

Perfect King: Ian Mortimer, The Perfect King: the Life of Edward III, Father of the English Nation (2006)

Ernest Petit, Itinéraires de Philippe le Hardi et de Jean Sans Peur, ducs de Bourgogne (Paris, 1888)

Edward Powell, ‘The Strange Death of Sir John Mortimer: Politics and the Law of Treason in Lancastrian England’, in Archer and Walker (eds), Rulers and Ruled in Late Medieval England, pp. 83–98

Edward Powell, ‘The Restoration of Law and Order’, in Harriss (ed.), Henry V: the Practice of Kingship, pp. 53–74

David Preest and James G. Clark (eds), The Chronica Maiora of Thomas Walsingham, 1376–1422 (Woodbridge, 2005)

PROME: Chris Given-Wilson (ed.), Parliamentary Rolls of Medieval England (CD ROM ed., Woodbridge, 2005).

T. B. Pugh, Henry V and the Southampton Plot of 1415, Southampton Record Series (1988)

T. B. Pugh, ‘The Southampton Plot of 1415’, in R. A. Griffiths and J. W. Sherborne (eds), Kings and Nobles in the Later Middle Ages: a Tribute to Charles Ross (Gloucester, 1986), pp. 62–89

Carole Rawcliffe, Medicine and Society in Later Medieval England (1999)

Henry Thomas Riley (ed.), Johannis de Trokelowe et Henrici de Blaneforde … chronica et annales, Rolls Series, 28 (1866)

Henry Thomas Riley (ed.), Memorials of London and London Life in the XIIIth, XIVth and XVth Centuries (1888)

Henry Thomas Riley (ed.), Thomae Walsingham Quondam Monachi S. Albani Historia Anglicana (2 vols, 1863–4)

Clifford J. Rogers, ‘Henry V’s Military Strategy in 1415’, in Villalon and Kagay (eds), The Hundred Years War, pp. 399–428

Paul Roubiczek and Joseph Kalmer, Warrior of God: the Life and Death of John Hus (1947)

Owen Ruffhead (ed.), Statutes at Large, from Magna Charta to the End of the Last Parliament in Eight Volumes, vol. 1 (1763)

Thomas Rymer (ed.), Foedera, conventiones, literae, et cujuscunque generis acta publica (20 vols, 1704–35)

S&I: Anne Curry (ed.), The Battle of Agincourt: Sources and Interpretations (Woodbridge, 2000)

V J. Scattergood and J. W. Sherborne, English Court Culture in the Later Middle Ages (1983)

J. Simmons, ‘Mr Rowse’s Masterpiece’, National and English Review (January 1951), pp. 44–5

Lucy Toulmin Smith (ed.), Expeditions to Prussia and the Holy Land made by Henry Earl of Derby … in the Years 1390–1 and 1392–3, Camden Society, New Series 52 (1894)

Matthew Spinka, John Hus at the Council of Constance (New York, 1965)

Matthew Spinka (ed.), The Letters of John Hus (Manchester, 1972)

A. E. Stamp, ‘Richard II and the Death of the Duke of Gloucester’, EHR, 38 (1923), pp. 249–51

A. E. Stamp, ‘Richard II and the Death of the Duke of Gloucester’, EHR, 47 (1932), p. 453.

Jenny Stratford, ‘The Royal Library in England Before the Reign of Edward IV’, in Nicholas John Rogers (ed.), England in the Fifteenth Century: Proceedings of the 1992 Harlaxton Symposium (Stamford, 1994), pp. 187–197

Jenny Stratford (ed.), The Lancastrian Court: Proceedings of the 2001 Harlaxton Symposium (Donington, 2003)

Paul Strohm, England’s Empty Throne: Usurpation and the Language of Legitimation 1399–1422 (1998)

P. and F. Strong, ‘The Last Will and Codicils of Henry V’, EHR, 96, pp. 79–102

James Tait, ‘Did Richard II Murder the Duke of Gloucester?’, in T. F. Tout and James Tait (eds), Historical Essays by Members of the Owens College Manchester (1902)

Frank Taylor, ‘The Chronicle of John Strecche for the Reign of Henry V, 1414–1422’, Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, Manchester, 16 (1932), pp. 137–87

Frank Taylor and John S. Roskell (eds), Gesta Henrici Quinti: the Deeds of Henry the Fifth (Oxford, 1975)

Testamenta Vetusta: Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas (ed.), Testamenta Vetusta: Illustrations from Wills of Manners, Customs, etc. from the Reign of Henry the Second to the Accession of Elizabeth I, vol. 1 (1826)

TNA: The National Archives, Kew

TTGME: Ian Mortimer, The Time Traveller’s Guide to Medieval England (2008) Alexandre Tuetey (ed.), Journal de Nicolas de Baye, Greffier du Parlement de Paris 1400–1417, vol. 2 (Paris, 1888)

J. A. Twemlow (ed.), Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers relating to Great Britain and Ireland: Papal Letters vol. 6: 1404–1415 (1904)

Anthony Tuck, ‘The Earl of Arundel’s Expedition to France, 1411’, in Dodd and Biggs (eds), Rebellion and Survival, pp. 228–39

Nicholas Upton, De Studio Militari (1654)

M. G. A. Vale, English Gascony 1399–1453 (Oxford, 1970)

Richard Vaughan, John the Fearless: the Growth of Burgundian Power (1966)

Andrew L. J. Villalon and Donald J. Kagay (eds), The Hundred Years War (Leiden, 2004)

J. Webb (ed.), ‘A Translation of a French Metrical History’, Archaeologia, 20 (1824), pp. 13–239

Ralph Willett, ‘Memoir on British Naval Architecture’, Archaeologia, 11, pp. 154–99

C. M. Woolgar, The Senses in Medieval England (2006)

James Hamilton Wylie, A History of England under Henry the Fourth (4 vols, 1884–98)

James Hamilton Wylie and William Templeton Waugh, The Reign of Henry the Fifth (Cambridge, 3 vols, 1914–29)

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