Post-classical history

Bibliography

This Bibliography is largely but not exclusively confined to primary and secondary sources cited in the endnotes. Its relationship to the form of citation in the endnotes is explained in the Note on the Text on p. 15. I am grateful to Christopher Tilley for a great deal of help with the Bibliography’s construction.

UNPRINTED PRIMARY SOURCES

Full references to unprinted primary sources are given in the endnotes, where BL stands for the British Library and TNA for The National Archives at Kew.

PRINTED PRIMARY SOURCES

Abingdon

Two Cartularies of Abingdon Abbey, ed. C. F. Slade and G. Lambrick, 2 vols. (Oxford Historical Society, new series, 32–3, 1990–91).

AC

Annales Cambriae, ed. J. Williams ab Ithel (Rolls Series, London, 1860).

Acta Hugh of Wells

The Acta of Hugh of Wells, Bishop of Lincoln 1209–1235, ed. D. M. Smith (Lincoln Record Society, 88, 2000).

Adam of Eynsham

The Life of St Hugh of Lincoln, ed. D. L. Douie and H. Farmer, 2 vols. (London, 1962). All references are to volume 2.

Anonymous

Histoire des Ducs de Normandie et des Rois d’Angleterre, ed. F. Michel (Paris, 1840). This volume contains the chronicle of the Anonymous of Béthune.

APS

Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland. Volume 1: AD MCXXIV–MCCCCXXIII, ed. T. Thomson and C. N. Innes (Edinburgh, 1814).

Articles of the Barons

Latin text and English translation in, respectively, Holt, Magna Carta, pp. 432–440 and EHD 1189–1326, pp. 311–6, as cited below.

ASL

Acta Stephani Langton Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi 1207–1228, ed. K. Major (Canterbury and York Society, 50, 1950).

ASR

Anglo-Scottish Relations 1174–1328, ed. E. L. G. Stones (Oxford, 1965).

AWR

The Acts of Welsh Rulers, 1120–1283, ed. H. Pryce with the assistance of C. Insley (Cardiff, 2005).

Basset Charters

The Basset Charters, c. 1120 to 1250, ed. W. T. Reedy (Pipe Roll Society, new series, 50, 1989–91).

BF

Liber Feodorum: The Book of Fees commonly called Testa de Nevill, 3 vols., with continuous pagination (London, 1920–31).

BNB

Bracton’s Note Book, ed. F. W. Maitland, 3 vols. (London, 1887).

Bower

Scotichronicon by Walter Bower in Latin and English, vol. 4, ed. D. J. Corner, A. B. Scott, W. W. Scott and D. E. R. Watt (Aberdeen, 1989).

Bracton

Bracton de Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae: Bracton on the Laws and Customs of England, ed. G. E. Woodbine, translated with revisions and notes by S. E. Thorne, 4 vols. (Cambridge, Mass., 1968–77).

Brut

Brut Y Tywysogyon or The Chronicle of the Princes: Red Book of Hergest Version, ed. T. Jones (Cardiff, 1955).

Building Accounts

Building Accounts of King Henry III, ed. H. M. Colvin (Oxford, 1971).

Burton

‘Annales de Burton’, in Annales Monastici, ed. H. R. Luard, 5 vols. (Rolls Series, London, 1864–9), vol. 1.

CACW

Calendar of Ancient Correspondence concerning Wales, ed. J. G. Edwards (Cardiff, 1935).

Calendar of Inner Temple Records

A Calendar of the Inner Temple Records, ed. F. A. Inderwick and R. A. Roberts, 5 vols. (London, 1896–1937).

Cartularies of Peterborough Abbey

The Cartularies and Registers of Peterborough Abbey, ed. J. D. Martin (Northamptonshire Record Society, 28, 1978).

CCR 12729

Calendar of Close Rolls, 1272–1279 (London, 1990).

CChR

Calendar of Charter Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office. Volume I: Henry III 1226–1257 (London, 1903).

Cerne Cartulary

‘The Cartulary of Cerne Abbey’, Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club, 29 (1908), pp. 195–207.

CFR

Calendar of the Fine Rolls of the Reign of Henry III, available both on the Henry III Fine Rolls Project’s website (http://www.finerollshenry3.org.uk) and within Calendar of the Fine Rolls of the Reign of Henry III, 1216–1242, 3 vols., ed. P. Dryburgh and B. Hartland, technical editors A. Ciula, J. M. Vieira and T. Lopez (Woodbridge, 2007–9).

Church, Constitutio

Constitutio Domus Regis, Disposition of the King’s Household, ed. S. D. Church (Oxford, 2007), published with Richard FitzNigel, Dialogus de Scaccario, The Dialogue of the Exchequer, ed. E. Amt

CIM

Calendar of Inquisitions Miscellaneous Preserved in the Public Record Office, vol. 1 (London, 1916).

CMS

De Antiquis Legibus Liber: Cronica Maiorum et Vicecomitum Londoniarum, ed. T. Stapleton (Camden Society, 1846).

Codex Justinianus

http://www.thelatinlibrary.com/justinian/codex8.html

Coggeshall

Raduphi de Coggeshall Chronicon Anglicanum, ed. J. Stevenson (Rolls Series, London, 1875).

Coronation Charter of Henry I

Latin text and English translations in R. Sharpe, ‘Charters of Liberties and Royal Proclamations’: http://actswilliam2henry1.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/h1-a-liberties-2013–1.pdf, pp.60–6.

Correspondance Administrative CPR

Correspondance Administrative d’Alfonse de Poitiers, ed. A. Molinier (Paris, 1894).

 

Calendar of Patent Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office: Henry III 1232–1272, 4 vols. (London, 1906–13).

CPREJ

Calendar of the Plea Rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews preserved in the Public Record Office, ed. J. M. Rigg (Jewish Historical Society, 1, 1905).

CR

Close Rolls of the Reign of Henry III preserved in the Public Record Office: 1227–1272, 14 vols. (London, 1902–38).

Crouch,

D. Crouch, ed., ‘The complaint of King John against ‘Complaint’ William de Briouze (c. September 1210)’, in J. S. Loengard, ed., Magna Carta and the England of King John (Woodbridge, 2010), pp. 168–79.

Crowland

Memoriale fratris Walteri de Coventria, ed. W. Stubbs, 2 vols. (Rolls Series, London, 1872–3). All references are to volume 2.

Crowland, Spalding

D. M. Stenton, English Justice between the Norman Conquest and the Great Charter (London, 1965), pp. 154–215, where Crowland abbey’s account of its dispute with Spalding priory is translated.

CRR

Curia Regis Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard I–1250, 20 vols. (London, 1922–2007).

C&S

Councils & Synods with other documents relating to the English Church. Volume II: 1205–1313, 2 vols. with continuous pagination, ed. F. M. Powicke and C. R. Cheney (Oxford, 1964).

CWR

Calendar of Various Chancery Rolls … Welsh Rolls, 1277–1326 (London, 1912).

DBM

Documents of the Baronial Movement of Reform and Rebellion, 1258–1267, ed. R. F. Treharne and I. J. Sanders (Oxford, 1973).

DD

Diplomatic Documents preserved in the Public Record Office, 1101–1272, ed. P. Chaplais (London, 1964).

DI

Documents Illustrative of English History in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries, ed. H. Cole (London, 1844).

Dialogus

Richard fitzNigel, Dialogus de Scaccario, The Dialogue of the Exchequer, ed. E. Amt (Oxford, 2007).

Dunstable

‘Annales Prioratus de Dunstaplia AD 1–1297’, in Annales Monastici, 5 vols., ed. H. R. Luard (Rolls Series, London, 1864–9), vol. 3.

Early Yorkshire Charters

Early Yorkshire Charters, vols. 1–3, ed. W. Farrer (Edinburgh, 1914–16); vols. 4–12, ed. C. T. Clay (Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Record Series, extra series, 1–10, 1935–65).

EHD 500–1042

English Historical Documents, 500–1042, ed. D. Whitelock (London, 1968).

EHD 1042–1189

English Historical Documents, 1042–1189, ed. D. C. Douglas and G. W. Greenaway (London, 1953).

EHD 1189–1327

English Historical Documents, 1189–1327, ed. H. Rothwell (London, 1975).

Election of Abbot Hugh

The Chronicle of the Election of Hugh, Abbot of Bury St Edmunds and Later Bishop of Ely, ed. R. M. Thomson (Oxford, 1974).

Enchiridion

Enchiridion Fontium Historiae Hungarorum, ed. M. Henrik (Budapest, 1902), with the texts of Hungary’s Golden Bull between pp. 134 and 143.

English Lawsuits

English Lawsuits from William I to Richard I, ed. R. C. van Caenegem, 2 vols. (Selden Society 106–7, 1990–91).

ERW

Early Registers of Writs, ed. E. de Haas and G. D. G. Hall (Selden Society, 87, 1970).

F

Foedera, Conventiones, Litterae et cujuscumque generis Acta Publica, ed. T. Rymer, new edn, vol. 1, pt. i, ed. A. Clark and F. Holbrooke (London, 1816).

FH

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

Fleta

Fleta, vol. 2, ed. H. G. Richardson and G. O. Sayles (Selden Society, 72, 1953).

Forest Charter of, 1217 and 1225

Latin text and English translation in respectively SR, pp. 20–2, 26–7, and EHD 1189–1327, pp. 337–40, 347–9, as cited below; Latin text of 1225 Charter also in Holt, Magna Carta, pp. 512–7.

Fulbert of Chartres

The Letters and Poems of Fulbert of Chartres, ed. F. Behrends (Oxford, 1976).

Furness

Chronicles of the Reigns of Stephen, Henry II and Richard I, ed. R. Howlett, 2 vols. with continuous pagination (Rolls Series, London, 1884–5). Volume 2 contains the continuation of William of Newburgh made at Stanley and Furness abbeys.

Geoffrey of Monmouth

Geoffrey of Monmouth, History of the Kings of Britain, translated by L. Thorpe (Harmondsworth, 1966).

Gerald of Wales

Expugnatio Hibernica, The Conquest of Ireland, by Giraldus Cambrensis, ed. A. B. Scott and F. X. Martin (Dublin, 1978).

Gervase

The Historical Works of Gervase of Canterbury, ed. W. Stubbs, 2 vols. (Rolls Series, London, 1879–80).

Gesetze

Die Gesetze der Angelsachsen, vol. I, ed. F. Liebermann (Halle, 1903).

Gesta Annalia

Johannis de Fordun, Chronica Gentis Scotorum, ed. W. F. Skene (Edinburgh, 1871).

Gesta Stephani

Gesta Stephani, ed. K. R Potter (London, 1955).

Glanvill

Tractatus de Legibus et Consuetudinibus Regni Anglie qui Glanvilla vocatur, ed. G. D. G. Hall (London, 1965).

Guala

The Letters and Charters of Cardinal Guala Bicchieri, Papal Legate in England, 1216–1218, ed. N. Vincent (Canterbury and York Society, 83, 1996).

Guisborough

The Chronicle of Walter of Guisborough, ed. H. Rothwell (Camden Society, 89, 1957).

Holt, ‘Vernacular-French Text’

J. C. Holt, ‘A Vernacular-French text of Magna Carta 1215’, English Historical Review, 89 (1974), pp. 346–64, reprinted in his Magna Carta and Medieval Government (Woodbridge, 1985), pp. 239–58.

Hotot Estate Records

Estate Records of the Hotot Family, ed. E. King, in A Northamptonshire Miscellany (Northamptonshire Record Society, 32, 1982).

Howden

Chronica Magistri Rogeri de Houedene, ed. W. Stubbs, 4 vols. (Rolls Series, London, 1868–71).

Howden, GR

Gesta Regis Henrici Secundi et Gesta Regis Ricardi Benedicti abbatis, ed. W. Stubbs, 2 vols. (Rolls Series, London, 1867).

James of Aragon

The Book of Deeds of James of Aragon: A Translation of the Medieval Catalan ‘Llibre dels Fets’, ed. D. Smith and H. Buffery (Aldershot, 2003).

Jocelin of Brakelond

The Chronicle of Jocelin of Brakelond, ed. H. E. Butler (London, 1951).

John of Salisbury

John of Salisbury, Policraticus: of the Frivolities of Courtiers and the Footprints of Philosophers, ed. and translated by C. J. Nederman (Cambridge, 1990).

John of Wallingford

Bartholomaei de Cotton, Historia, Anglicana, ed. H. R. Luard (Rolls Series, London, 1859).

LAR

The Earliest Lincolnshire Assize Rolls 12021209, ed. D. M. Stenton Lincoln Record Society, 22, 1926)

Lawman

Lawman – Brut, ed. R. Allen (London, 1992).

Layettes

Layettes du Trésor des Chartres, ed. A. Teulet, H.-F. Delaborde and E. Berger, 5 vols. (Paris, 1863–1909).

LHP

Leges Henrici Primi, ed. L. J. Downer (Oxford, 1972).

Letters of Grosseteste

The Letters of Robert Grosseteste, Bishop of Lincoln, ed. F. A. C. Mantello and J. Goering (Toronto, 2010).

Lincs. Worcs. Eyre

Rolls of the Justices in Eyre for Lincolnshire, 1218–19, and Worcestershire, 1221, ed. D. M. Stenton (Selden Society, 53, 1934).

‘London municipal collection’

‘A London municipal collection from the reign of John’, ed. M. Bateson, English Historical Review, 67 (1902), pp. 480–511, 707–30.

Lost Letters

Lost Letters of Medieval Life: English Society, 1200–1250, ed. M. Carlin and D. Crouch (Philadelphia, 2013).

Magna Carta 1216, 1217 and 1225

Latin texts and English translation in respectively SR, pp. 14–19, 22–5, and EHD 1189–1327, pp. 327–46, as cited below; Latin text of the 1225 Charter also in Holt, Magna Carta, pp. 501–7.

Magna Carta of Cheshire

The Chartulary or Register of the Abbey of St Werburgh Chester, ed. J. Tait, part 1 (Chetham Society, new series, 79, 1920), pp. 101–9.

Margam

‘Annales de Margam (AD 1066–1232)’, in Annales Monastici, 5 vols., ed. H. R. Luard (Rolls Series, London, 1864–9), vol. 1.

Marshal

History of William Marshal, ed. A. J. Holden, S. Gregory and D. Crouch, 3 vols. (Anglo-Norman Text Society, Occasional Publication Series, 4–6, 2002–6).

Missala Ecclesie Westmonasteriensis

Missala ad Usum Ecclesie Westmonasteriensis, ed. J. Wickham Legg, 3 vols. (Henry Bradshaw Society, 1, 5, 12, 1891, 1897, 1913).

Mirror

The Mirror of Justices, ed. W. J. Whittaker, with an introduction by F. W. Maitland (Selden Society, 7, 1893).

Melrose

D. Broun and J. Harrison, The Chronicle of Melrose Abbey. A Stratigraphic Edition. Volume I: Introduction and Facsimile Edition (Scottish History Society, 2007). Citations are to the folios of the facsimile edition provided as a CD with this volume.

MGL

Munimenta Gildhallae Londoniensis, ed. H. T. Riley, 3 vols. (Rolls Series, London, 1859–62).

MR 1199

The Memoranda Roll for the Michaelmas term of the first year of the reign of King John, 1199–1200, ed. H. G. Richardson (Pipe Roll Society, new series, 59, 1943).

MR 1208

The Memoranda Roll for the tenth year of the reign of King John, 1207–8, ed. R. Allen Brown (Pipe Roll Society, new series, 69, 1956).

Newburgh

The chronicle of William of Newburgh in Chronicles of the Reigns of Stephen, Henry II and Richard I, ed. R. Howlett, 2 vols., continuous pagination (Rolls Series, London, 1884–9).

Northumberland Assize Rolls

Three Early Assize Rolls for Northumberland, ed. W. Page (Surtees Society, 88, 1891).

O’Brien, God’s Peace

B. R. O’Brien, God’s Peace and King’s Peace: The Laws of Edward the Confessor (Philadelphia, 1999), with the text of the Leges Edwardi Confessoris, between pp. 156 and 203.

Osney

‘Annales Monasterii de Oseneia’, in Annales Monastici, 5 vols., ed. H. R. Luard (Rolls Series, London, 1864–9), vol. 4.

Paris

Matthaei Parisiensis, monachi Sancti Albani Chronica Majora, ed. H. R. Luard, 7 vols. (Rolls Series, London, 1872–83). Unless stated, all references are to volume 2.

Paris, GA

Gesta Abbatum Monasterii Sancti Albani, ed. H. T. Riley, 3 vols. (Rolls Series, London, 1867–9). All references are to volume 1, where the section on John’s reign is by Matthew Paris.

Paris, HA

Matthaei Parisiensis, monachi Sancti Albani, Historia Anglorum, ed. F. Madden, 3 vols. (Rolls Series, London, 1866–9).

Patent Rolls

Patent Rolls of Henry III preserved in the Public Record Office, 1216–1232, 2 vols. (London, 1901–3).

PCCG

Pleas of the Crown for the County of Gloucester, before the Abbot of Reading and his Fellows Justices Itinerant, in the Fifth Year of the Reign of King Henry the Third and in the Year of Grace 1221, ed. F. W. Maitland (London, 1884).

Peter de Brus Charter

Cartularium Prioratus de Gyseburn volumen primum, ed. W. Brown (Surtees Society, 86, 1889), pp. 92–4.

Pipe Roll 31 Henry I

The Great Roll of the Pipe for the Thirty First Year of the Reign of King Henry I Michaelmas 1130, ed. J.A. Green (Pipe Roll Society, new series 57, 2012).

Political Songs

The Political Songs of England, from the reign of John to that of Edward II, ed. T. Wright (Camden Society, 1839), with a new edition edited by P. Coss (Camden Society Classic reprints, 1996).

PR

Pipe Roll. Citations to pipe rolls are to volumes published by the Pipe Roll Society. The year in the citation is that which appears on the cover of each volume.

PR 1215

Pipe Roll 17 John, ed. R. A. Brown, and Praestita Roll 14–18 John, ed. J. C. Holt (Pipe Roll Society, new series, 37, 1961).

RA

The Registrum Antiquissimum of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln, vol. 1, ed. C. W. Foster (Lincoln Record Society, 27, 1931).

RBE

The Red Book of the Exchequer, ed. H. Hall, 3 vols. (Rolls Series, London, 1896).

RCh

Rotuli Chartarum in Turri Londinensi asservati, ed. T. Duffus Hardy (Record Commission, London, 1837). This volume prints the charter rolls of John’s reign.

Regesta

Regesta Regum Anglo-Normannorum, 1066–1154. Volume III: 1135–54, ed. H. A. Cronne and R. H. C. Davis (Oxford, 1968).

RF

Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus in Turri Londinensi asservati, Tempore Regis Johannis, ed. T. Duffus Hardy (Record Commission, London, 1835). This volume prints the fine rolls of John’s reign.

RH

Rotuli Hundredorum, 2 vols. (Record Commission, London, 1812, 1818).

Rishanger

Willelmi Rishanger Chronica et Annales, ed. H. T. Riley (Rolls Series, London, 1865).

RL

Royal and other Historical Letters illustrative of the Reign of Henry III, ed. W. W. Shirley, 2 vols. (Rolls Series, London, 1862, 1866). All references are to volume 1, unless stated.

RLC

Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum in Turri Londinensi asservati, ed. T. Duffus Hardy, 2 vols. (Record Commission, London, 1833–4). All references, unless stated, are to volume 1, which prints the close rolls for John’s reign.

RLJ

Rotuli de Liberate ac de Misis et Praestitis, Regnante Johanne, ed. T. Duffus Hardy (Record Commission, London, 1844).

RLP

Rotuli Litterarum Patentium in Turri Londinensi asservati, ed. T. Duffus Hardy (Record Commission, London, 1835). This volume prints the patent rolls of King John.

Rolls of the King’s Court

Rolls of the King’s Court in the Reign of King Richard the First, 1194–1195, ed. F. W. Maitland (Pipe Roll Society, 14, 1891).

Rolls War.

Rolls of the Justices in Eyre being the rolls of pleas and assizes for Gloucestershire, Warwickshire and Staffordshire, 1221–1222, ed. D. M. Stenton (Selden Society, 59, 1940).

RRS

Regesta Regum Scottorum. Volume II: The Acts of William I, King of Scots, 1165–1214, ed. G. W. S. Barrow with the collaboration of W. W. Scott (Edinburgh, 1971).

SAEC

Scottish Annals from English Chroniclers AD 500 to 1286, ed. A. O. Anderson, 2nd edn (Stamford, 1991).

Sarum Missal

The Sarum Missal in English (London, 1868).

SC

Select Charters and Other Illustrations of English Constitutional History from the Earliest Times to the Reign of Edward the First, ed. W. Stubbs, 9th edn, revised throughout by H. W. C. Davis (Oxford, 1921).

SCWR

Select Cases of Procedure without Writ, ed. H. G. Richardson and G. O. Sayles (Selden Society, 60, 1941).

SLI

Selected Letters of Pope Innocent III concerning England (1198–1216), ed. C. R. Cheney and W. H. Semple (London, 1953).

Southwark and Merton

‘The Annals of Southwark and Merton’, ed. M. Tyson (Sussex Archaeological Collections 36, 1925), pp. 24–57.

Special Eyre

The 1258–9 Special Eyre of Surrey and Kent, ed. A. H. Hershey (Surrey Record Society, 38, 2004).

SPF

Select Pleas of the Forest, ed. G. J. Turner (Selden Society 13, 1899).

SPMC

Select Pleas in Manorial and other Seignorial Courts, ed. F. W. Maitland (Selden Society, 2, 1888).

SR

The Statutes of the Realm. Printed by command of his Majesty George the Third in pursuance of an address of the House of Commons of Great Britain; volume the first (London, 1810).

St Augustine’s Canterbury

William Thorne’s Chronicle of Saint Augustine’s Abbey Canterbury, trans. A. H. Davis (Oxford, 1934). This English translation is collated with the Latin text printed in Historiae Anglicanae Scriptores X, ed. R. Twysden (London, 1652).

Statute of Pamiers

Histoire Générale de Languedoc, avec des notes et les pièces justificatives, vol. XVIII, ed. C. Devic and J. Vaissete (Toulouse, 1879), columns 625–35.

Tewkesbury

‘Annales Monasterii de Theokesberia’, in Annales Monastici, ed. H. R. Luard, 5 vols. (London, 1864–69), vol. 1.

The bull ‘Miramur plurimum’

F. M. Powicke, ‘The bull “Miramur plurimum” and a letter to Archbishop Stephen Langton, 5 September 1215’, English Historical Review, 44 (1929), pp. 87–93.

Thomas of Marlborough

Thomas of Marlborough, History of the Abbey of Evesham, ed. J. Sayers and L. Watkiss (Oxford, 2003).
Liber Pauperum of Vacarius, ed. F. du Zulueta (Selden Society, 43,

Walter of Henley

Walter of Henley and Other Treatises of Estate Management and Accounting, ed. D. Oschinsky (Oxford, 1971).

Walter Map

Walter Map, De Nugis Curialium, Courtiers’ Trifles, ed. M. R. James, revised by C. N. L. Brooke and R. A. B. Mynors (Oxford, 1983).

Waverley

‘Annales Monasterii de Waverleia, AD 1–1291’, in Annales Monastici, ed. H. R. Luard 5 vols. (Rolls Series, London, 1864–69), vol. 2.

Wendover

Wendover’s chronicle (his ‘Flowers of History’) is usually cited here from the earliest surviving text, which is that found, with Paris’s additions, in Matthew Paris’s Chronica Majora: Matthaei Parisiensis, monachi Sancti Albani Chronica Majora, ed. H. R. Luard, 7 vols. (Rolls Series, London, 1872–83). Unless stated, all references are to volume 2.

Wendover Flores

The Flowers of History by Roger de Wendover, ed. H. G. Hewlett, 3 vols. (Rolls Series, London, 1886–9).

William le Breton

Gesta Philippi Augusti Francorum Regis auctore Guillelmo Armorico, ipsius Regis Capellano, in Recueil des Historiens des Gaules et de la France Tome Dix-Septième, nouvelle édition, ed. L. Delisle (Paris, 1878), pp. 62–116.

Winchester

‘Annales de Monasterii de Wintonia, 519–1277’, in Annales Monastici, ed. H. R. Luard, 5 vols. (Rolls Series, London, 1864–9), vol. 1.

Worcester

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