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.

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

J. Alexander & P. Binski (eds), The Age of Chivalry: Art in Plantagenet England 1200–1400 (1987)

Allmand: Christopher Allmand, Henry V (1992)

Thomas Amyot, ‘An Inquiry concerning the Death of Richard the Second’, Archaeologia, 20 (1824), pp. 425–8

Annales: H. T. Riley (ed.), Johannis de Trokelowe et Henrici de Blaneforde … chronica et annales, Rolls Series, 28 (1866)

Armitage-Smith: Sydney Armitage-Smith, John of Gaunt (1904)

Sydney Armitage-Smith (ed.), John of Count’s Register 1372–1376, Camden Society, Third Series 20–21 (2 vols, 1911)

Art of Kingship: Anthony Goodman and James Gillespie (eds), Richard II: the Art of Kingship (Oxford, 1999)

Mark Arvangian, ‘Henry IV, the Northern Nobility and the Consolidation’, in Establishment, pp. 117–38

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

Authority & Subversion: Linda Clark (ed.), Authority and Subversion, The Fifteenth Century 3 (Woodbridge, 2003)

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

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

Madeleine Barber, ‘John Norbury (c. 1350–1414): an Esquire of Henry IV, EHR, lxviii (1953), pp. 66–76

Caroline M. Barron, ‘The Quarrel of Richard II with London, 1392–7’, in RRII, pp. 173–201

J. M. W. Bean, ‘Henry IV and the Percies’, History, 44 (1959), pp. 212–27

Michael Bennett, Richard II and the Revolution of 1399 (Stroud, 1999)

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

Douglas Biggs, ‘An Ill and Infirm King: Henry IV, Health and the Gloucester Parliament of 1407’ (paper delivered at Nottingham 2006)

Douglas Biggs, ‘Royal Charter Witness Lists for the Reign of Henry IV, 1399–1413’, EHR, 119 (2004), pp. 407–23

Douglas Biggs, ‘The politics of health: Henry IV and the Long Parliament of 1406’, in Establishment, pp. 185–206

BIHR: Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research

BJRL: Bulletin of the John Rylands [University] Library [of Manchester]

James Black, ‘Henry IV’s Pilgrimage’, SQ, 34: 1 (1983), pp. 18–26

Andrew W. Boardman, Hotspur: Henry Percy, Medieval Rebel (Stroud, 2003)

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

A. L. Brown, ‘The Commons and the council in the reign of Henry IV’, EHR, 79 (1964), pp. 1–30

A. L. Brown, ‘The English campaign in Scotland, 1400’ in H. Hearder & H. Loyn (eds), British Government and Administration: Studies Presented to S. B. Chrimes (Cardiff, 1974), pp. 40–54

A. L. Brown, ‘The reign of Henry IV’, in Chrimes, Ross, and Griffiths (eds), Fifteenth Century England (2nd edn, Stroud, 1995)

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

Bruce, Mary, The Usurper King (1986)

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

D. M. Bueno de Mesquita, ‘The Foreign Policy of Richard II: some Italian letters’, EHR, 56 (1941), pp. 628–37

Joel Burden, ‘How do you bury a deposed king?’ in Establishment, pp. 35–54

Calendar of the Charter Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office, 1226–1516 (6 vols, 1903–27)

John Capgrave, The Chronicle of England (1858)

Helen Castor, The King, the Crown and the Duchy of Lancaster (Oxford, 2000)

CB. G. L. Harriss, Cardinal Beaufort: a Study of Lancastrian Ascendancy and Decline (Oxford, 1988)

CCR: Calendar of the Close Rolls

CFR: Calendar of the Fine Rolls

CH: William Stubbs, Constitutional History of England (3rd edn, 3 vols, Oxford, 1884)

John Cherry & Neil Stratford, Westminster Kings and the Medieval Palace of Westminster (1995)

S. B. Chrimes, C. D. Ross, and R. A. Griffiths (eds), Fifteenth Century England (1972)

CIPM: Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem

M. V. Clarke & V. H. Galbraith, ‘The Deposition of Richard II’, BJRL, 14 (1930), pp. 125–81

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

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, 1910–98)

CP: Complete Peerage [see entry under Cockayne, G. E.]

CPR: Calendar of the Patent Rolls

CR: Chris Given-Wilson (ed.), Chronicles of the Revolution, 1397–1400 (Manchester, 1993)

Creton: J. Webb (ed.), ‘Metrical History’, Archaeologia, 20 (1824), pp. 13–239

H. S. Cronin, ‘The Twelve Conclusions of the Lollards’, EHR, 22 (1907), pp. 292–304

D. Crook, ‘Central England and the revolt of the earls, January 1400’, BIHR, 64 (1991), pp. 403–10

J. D. Griffith Davies, Henry IV (1935)

J. D. Griffiths Davies (ed.), An English Chronicle of the Reigns of Richard II, Henry IV, Henry V and Henry VI, Camden Society, Old Series 64 (1856)

Richard G. Davies, ‘Some Notes from the Register of Henry de Wakefield, Bishop of Worcester, on the Political Crisis of 1386–88’, EHR, 86 (1971), pp. 547–58

R. R. Davies, The Revolt of Owain Glyn Dŵr (Oxford, 1995)

‘Deposition’: M. V. Clarke & V. H. Galbraith, ‘The Deposition of Richard II, BJRL, 14 (1930), pp. 125–81

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

P. W. Dillon, ‘Remarks on the Manner of the Death of King Richard the Second’, Archaeologia, 28 (1840), pp. 78–83

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

Gwilym Dodd (ed.), The Reign of Richard II (Stroud, 2000)

Gwilym Dodd, ‘Henry IV’s Council, 1399–1406’ in Establishment, pp. 95–116

Gwilym Dodd, ‘Conflict or Consensus: Henry IV and Parliament, 1399–1406’, in Fim Fhornton (ed.), Social Attitudes and Political Structures in the Fifteenth Century (Stroud, 2000), pp. 118–49

E. R. H. Du Boulay ‘Henry of Derby’s expeditions to Prussia, 1390–1 and 1392’, in RRII, pp. 153–72

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

Alastair Dunn, ‘Henry IV and the Politics of Resistance in Early Lancastrian England, 1399–1413’ in Authority & Subversion, pp. 5–24

Alastair Dunn, ‘Richard II and the Mortimer inheritance’, in Chris Given-Wilson (ed.), Fourteenth Century England II (Woodbridge, 2002), pp. 159–70

Alistair Dunn, The Great Rising of 1381 (Stroud, 2002)

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

EC: J. D. Griffiths Davies (ed.), An English Chronicle of the Reigns of Richard II, Henry IV, Henry V and Henry VI, Camden Society, Old Series 64 (1856)

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

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

EHR: English Historical Review

Establishment: Gwilym Dodd & Douglas Biggs, Henry IV: the Establishment of the Regime, 1399–1406 (Woodbridge, 2003)

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

Expeditions: 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)

Robert J. Fehrenbach, ‘The Characterization of the King in 1 Henry IV’, SQ, 30: 1 (1979), pp. 42–50

C. D. Fletcher, ‘Narrative and Political Strategies at the Deposition of Richard II’, JMH, 30 (2004), pp. 323–41

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

C. J. Ford, ‘Piracy or policy: crisis in the channel, 1400–1403’, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, Fifth Series, 29 (1979), pp. 63–78

Froissart: Thomas Johnes (ed.), Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries … by Sir John Froissart (2 vols, 1848)

V. H. Galbraith (ed.), Anonimalle Chronicle 1333–1381 (Manchester, 1927)

Margaret Galway, ‘Alice Perrers’ son John’, EHR, 65 (1951), pp. 242–6

J. L. Gillespie, ‘Thomas Mortimer and Thomas Molyneux: Radcot Bridge and the Appeal of 1397’, Albion, 7 (1975), pp. 161–73

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

Chris Given-Wilson (ed.), Chronicles of the Revolution, 1397-1400 (Manchester, 1993)

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

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

Chris Given-Wilson, ‘The Manner of King Richard’s Renunciation: a Lancastrian Narrative?’, EHR, 108 (1993), pp. 365–70

Chris Given-Wilson, ‘Quarrels of Old Women: Lancaster and Valois in the Reign of Henry IV’ (paper delivered at Nottingham 2006)

Chris Given-Wilson, ‘Richard II and his Grandfather’s Will’, EHR, 93 (1978), pp. 320–37

Chris Given-Wilson, ‘Richard II and the Higher Nobility’ in Art of Kingship, pp. 107–28

Chris Given-Wilson, ‘Richard II, Edward II and the Lancastrian Inheritance’, EHR, 109 (1994), pp. 553–71

Chris Given-Wilson, ‘Royal Charter Witness Lists 1327–1399’, Medieval Prosopography, 12 (1991), pp. 35–94

Chris Given-Wilson & Alice Curteis, Royal Bastards (1984)

Glyn Dŵr: R. R. Davies, The Revolt of Owain Glyn Dŵr (Oxford, 1995)

Anthony Goodman, ‘Richard II’s councils’, in Art of Kingship, pp. 59–82

Anthony Goodman, John of Gaunt: the Exercise of Princely Power in Fourteenth-Century Europe (1992)

Anthony Goodman, Katherine Swynford (Lincoln, 1994)

Anthony Goodman, The Loyal Conspiracy: the Lords Appellant under Richard II (1971)

Anthony Goodman, ‘John of Gaunt’, in Mark W. Ormrod (ed.), England in the Fourteenth Century: Proceedings of the 1985 Harlaxton Symposium (Woodbridge, 1986), pp. 67–87

Anthony Goodman & James Gillespie (eds), Richard II: the Art of Kingship (Oxford, 1999)

Gothic: Richard Marks & Paul Williamson (eds), Gothic Art for England 1400–1547 (2003)

Frank Grady, ‘The Lancastrian Gower and the Limits of Exemplarity’, Speculum, 70, 3 (1995), pp. 552–75

Antonia Gransden, Historical Writing in England II, c. 1307 to the Early Sixteenth Century (1982)

HA: H. T. Riley (ed.), Thomae Walsingham Quondam Monachi S. Albani Historia Anglicana (2 vols, 1863–4)

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)

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

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

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

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

John Hayward: see Manning

HBC: Sir Maurice Powicke & E. B. Fryde (eds), Handbook of British Chronology (2nd ed., 1961)

L. C. Hector & Barbara Harvey, The Westminster Chronicle 1381–1394 (Oxford, 1982)

Allen B. Hinds (ed.), Calendar of State Papers Existing in the Archives and Collections of Milan (1912)

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 & A. J. Taylor, History of the King’s Works: the Middle Ages (2 vols, 1963)

G. A. Holmes, Estates of the Higher Nobility (Cambridge, 1957)

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

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

JMH: Journal of Medieval History

Thomas Johnes (ed.), Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries … by Sir John Froissart (2 vols, 1848)

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

J. Gwynfor Jones, ‘Government and the Welsh Community: the North-East Borderland in the Fifteenth Century’, in H. Hearder & H. Loyn (eds), British Government and Administration: Studies Presented to S. B. Chrimes (Cardiff, 1974), pp. 55–68

Dorothy Johnstone, ‘Richard II’s departure from Ireland, July 1399’, EHR, 98 (1983), pp. 785–805

KG: G. H. Martin (ed.), Knighton’s Chronicle 1337–1396 (Oxford, 1995)

Maurice Keen, ‘Chaucer’s Knight: the English Aristocracy and the Crusade’, in ECC, pp. 45–61

George R. Keiser, ‘Edward III and the Alliterative “Morte Arthure’”, Speculum 48, 1 (1973), pp. 37–51

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

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

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

Kirby: J. L. Kirby, Henry IV of England (1970)

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

Gaillard Lapsley, ‘The Parliamentary Title of Henry IV’, EHR, 49 (1934), pp. 423–49, 577–606

LC: Anthony Goodman, The Loyal Conspiracy: the Lords Appellant under Richard II (1971)

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

E. C. Lodge & Robert Somerville, John of Gaunt’s Register 1379–1383, Camden Society, Third Series 56–57 (2 vols, 1937)

John J. Manning (ed.), The First and Second Parts of John Hayward’s The Life and Raigne of King Henrie IIII, Camden Fourth Series, 42 (1991)

Richard Marks & Paul Williamson (eds), Gothic Art for England 1400–1547 (2003)

G. H. Martin (ed.), Knighton’s Chronicle 1337–1396 (Oxford, 1995)

Gervase Mathew, The Court of Richard II (1968)

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

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

J. W. McKenna, ‘The Coronation Oil of the Yorkist Kings’, EHR, 82 (1967), pp. 102–4

J. W. McKenna, ‘Popular Canonization as Political Propaganda: the Cult of Archbishop Scrope’, Speculum, 45, 4 (1970), pp. 608–23

Alison McHardy, ‘A personal portrait of Richard II’ in Reign, pp. 11–32

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

Peter McNiven, ‘The betrayal of Archbishop Scrope’, BJRL, 54 (1971), pp. 172–213

Peter McNiven, ‘The Cheshire rising of 1400’, BJRL, 52 (1969–70), pp. 375–96

Peter McNiven, ‘The problem of Henry IV’s health, 1405–1413’, EHR, 100 (1985), pp. 397, 765–6

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

H. Moranville (ed.), Chronographia Regum Francorum (Paris, 1893)

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

Philip Morgan, ‘Henry IV and the shadow of Richard II’, in R. E. Archer (ed.), Crown, Government and People in the Fifteenth Century (Stroud, 1995)

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

Ian Mortimer, The Greatest Traitor: the life of Sir Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March, Ruler of England 1327–30 (2003)

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

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

Ian Mortimer, ‘Henry IV’s Date of Birth and the Royal Maundy’, Historical Research (forthcoming)

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

J. N. L. Myres, ‘The Campaign of Radcot Bridge, 1387’, EHR, 92 (1927), pp. 20–33

Cynthia J. Neville, ‘Scotland, the Percies and the law in 1400’, in Establishment, pp. 73–94

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 (ed.), Proceedings and Ordinances of the Privy Council of England (7 vols, 1834–7)

Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas, ‘Observations of the Origin and History of the Badge and Mottoes of Edward Prince of Wales’, Archaeologia, 31 (1846)

Nottingham 2006: papers delivered at the July 2006 symposium on Henry IV at the University of Nottingham. Note: these may be expected to be published by the York Medieval Press, in a successor volume to Establishment.

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

W. Mark Ormrod, ‘Rebellion of Archbishop Scrope and the Tradition of Opposition to Royal Taxation’ (paper delivered at Nottingham 2006)

W. Mark Ormrod, ‘Richard II’s Sense of English History’, in Reign, pp. 97–110

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

J. J. N. Palmer, ‘The authorship, date and historical value of the French chronicles on the Lancastrian revolution’, BJRL, 61 (1978–9), pp. 145–81, 398–421

J. J. N. Palmer, ‘The parliament of 1385 and the constitutional crisis of 1386’, Speculum, 46 (1971) pp. 477–90

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

E. Perroy (ed.), Diplomatic Correspondence of Richard II, Camden Society, Third Series 48 (1933)

Stephen P. Pistono, ‘Henry IV and Charles VI: the confirmation of the twenty-eight-year truce’, JMH, 3 (1977), pp. 353–65

Stephen P. Pistono, ‘Henry IV and the Privateers’, EHR, 80 (1975), pp. 322–30

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

A. J. Pollard, ‘The Lancastrian constitutional experiment revisited: Henry IV, Sir John Tiptoft and the parliament of 1406’, Parliamentary History, 14 (1995), pp. 103–19

Sir Maurice Powicke & E. B. Fryde (eds), Handbook of British Chronology (2nd ed., 1961)

David Preest & 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)

Cecily Radford, ‘An unrecorded royal visit to Exeter’, Transactions of the Devonshire Association, 63 (1931), 255–63

Sir James Ramsay, Lancaster and York (2 vols, 1892)

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

Register 1372–76: Sydney Armitage-Smith (ed.), John of Gaunt’s Register 1372–1376, Camden Society, Third Series 20–21 (2 vols, 1911)

Register 1379–83: E. C. Lodge & Robert Somerville, John of Gaunt’s Register 1379–1383, Camden Society, Third Series 56–57 (2 vols, 1937)

Reign: Gwilym Dodd (ed.), The Reign of Richard II (Stroud, 2000)

Arnd Reitemeier, ‘Born to be a tyrant? The childhood and education of Richard II’, in Chris Given-Wilson (ed.), Fourteenth Century England II (Woodbridge, 2002), p. 147–58

Revolution: Michael Bennett, Richard II and the Revolution of 1399 (Stroud, 1999)

RHL: 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)

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

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

Alan Rogers, ‘The political crisis of 1401’, Nottingham Mediaeval Studies, 12 (1968), pp. 85–96

Alan Rogers, ‘Henry IV: the commons and taxation’, Medieval Studies, 31 (1969), pp. 44–70

Alan Rogers, ‘Parliamentary Appeals of Treason in the Reign of Richard II’, American Journal of Legal History, 8, 2 (1964), pp. 95–124

Alan Rogers, ‘The Royal Household of Henry IV’ (unpublished PhD thesis, University of Nottingham, 1966)

James Ross, ‘Seditious Activities: the Conspiracy of Maud de Vere, Countess of Oxford, 1403–4’ in Authority & Subversion, pp. 25–42

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

Royal Wills: 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)

RRII: F. R. H. du Boulay and C. M. Barron (eds), The reign of Richard II: essays in honour of May McKisack (1971)

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)

SAC: John Taylor, Wendy R. Childs & Leslie Watkiss (eds), The St Albans Chronicle: the Chronica Maiora of Thomas Walsingham, 1376–1394 (Oxford, 2003)

T. A. Sandquist, ‘The holy oil of St Thomas of Canterbury’, in T. A. Sandquist and M. R. Powicke (eds), Essays in medieval history presented to Bertie Wilkinson (Toronto, 1969), pp. 330–44

Saul: Nigel Saul, Richard II (1997)

Nigel Saul, ‘The Kingship of Richard II’ in Art of Kingship, pp. 37–58

G. O. Sayles, ‘The Deposition of Richard II: Three Lancastrian Narratives’, BIHR, 54 (1981), pp. 257–65

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

Reginald R. Sharpe, Calendar of the Letter-Books of the City of London, Letter-Book H (1907)

James Sherborne, ‘Perjury and the Lancastrian Revolution of 1399’, Welsh History Review, 14 (1988), pp. 217–41

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

T. M. Smallwood, ‘Prophecy of the Six Kings’, Speculum, 60 (1985), pp. 571–92

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)

J. H. Spry, ‘A brief account of the examination of the tomb of King Henry IV in the cathedral of Canterbury, August 21 1832’, Archaeologia, 26 (1836), pp. 440–5

SQ: Shakespeare Quarterly

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

Anthony Steel, Richard II (Cambridge, 1941)

Anthony Steel, ‘English Government Finance, 1377–1413’, EHR, 51 (1936), pp. 29–51, 577–97

Anthony Steel, ‘Receipt Roll Totals under Henry IV and Henry V’, EHR, 47 (1932), pp. 204–15

George B. Stow (ed.), Historia Vitae et Regni Ricardi Secundi (Pennsylvania, 1977)

George B. Stow, ‘Stubbs, Steel and Richard II as Insane: the Origin and Evolution of an English Historiographical Myth’, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 143, 4 (1999), pp. 601–38

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. 18797

Agnes Strickland, Lives of the Queens of England (8 vols, 1882)

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

Paul Strohm, Hochon’s Arrow: the Social Imagination of Fourteenth Century Texts (Princeton, 1992)

William Stubbs, Constitutional History of England (3rd ed., 3 vols, Oxford, 1884)

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

Henry R. T. Summerson, ‘An English Bible and other books belonging to Henry IV’, BJRL, 79, 1 (1997), pp. 109–15

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

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)

John Taylor (ed.), The Kirkstall Abbey Chronicles, Thoresby Society 42 (1952)

John Taylor, Wendy R. Childs & Leslie Watkiss (eds), The St Albans Chronicle: the Chronica Maiora of Thomas Walsingham, 1376–1394 (Oxford, 2003)

Rupert Taylor, The Political Prophecy in England (New York, 1911; reprinted 1967)

E. M. Thompson (ed.), Chronicon Angliae (1874)

T. F. Tout, ‘Firearms in England in the Fourteenth Century’, EHR, 26 (1911), pp. 666–702

Traïson: Benjamin Williams (ed.), Chronicque de la Traïson et Mort de Richart Deux Roy Dengleterre (1846)

Brian Trowell, ‘Henry IV, Recorder-Player’, The Galpin Society Journal, 10 (1957), pp. 83–4

Tuck: Anthony Tuck, Richard II and the English Nobility (1973)

Anthony Tuck, ‘The Cambridge Parliament, 1388’, EHR, 84 (1969), pp. 225–43

Anthony Tuck, ‘Henry IV and chivalry’, in Establishment, pp. 55–72

Anthony Tuck, ‘Henry IV and Europe: a dynasty’s search for recognition’, in R. H. Britnell and A. J. Pollard (eds), The McFarlane legacy (1995), pp. 107–25

Vita: George B. Stow (ed.), Historia Vitae et Regni Ricardi Secundi (Pennsylvania, 1977)

Simon Walker, ‘The Yorkshire Risings of 1405: texts and contexts’, in Establishment, pp. 161–84

Thomas Walsingham: see HA, CM & Thompson (ed.)

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

WC: L. C. Hector & Barbara Harvey, The Westminster Chronicle 1381–1394 (Oxford, 1982)

J. Webb (ed.), ‘Metrical History’, Archaeologia, 20 (1824), pp. 13–239

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