SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY

Primary sources are identified by name used in text, followed by published title, editor, volume(s) if relevant, publisher, and date; secondary works by author, title, publisher, and date; entries for articles also specify the publishing journal, volume, and page numbers. Abbreviations used are as below:

CUP

Cambridge University Press

EHR

English Historical Review

MM

Mariner’s Mirror

OUP

Oxford University Press

RS

Rolls Series

TRHS

Transactions of the Royal Historical Society

W&N

Weidenfeld and Nicolson

Yale

Yale University Press

All publishers are London unless otherwise specified.

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Barnwell Chronicle: Memoriale fratris Walteri de Coventria, ed. W. Stubbs, vol. ii (RS 58, 1872–73)

Chronicle of the Princes: Brut Tywysogion or the Chronicle of the Princes, ed. T. Jones (RS 17, 1860)

Crusades:

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Henry of Huntingdon: The History of the English People 1000–1154, tr. D. Greenaway (OUP, 1996 & 2002)

History of William Marshal:

- L’Histoire de Guillaume le Maréchal, ed. P. Meyer (three vols, Societé de l’Histoire de France, 1891–1901)

- The History of William the Marshal, ed. A.J. Holden, D. Gregory and D. Crouch (three vols, Anglo–Norman Texts Society 2002–07)

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ii) Winchester, Waverley

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iv) Wykes, Worcester

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