Post-classical history

Selected Bibliography

So much reading was required in the preparation of this book that a complete list of sources consulted would be unnecessarily long. In addition to the standard histories, the books listed have been particularly useful.


Addison, C. G. The Knights Templars. New York, 1874.

Bayley, John. History of the Tower of London. London, 1821.

Benoit, Fernand. (ed.) Recueil des Actes des Contes de Provence appartenant à la Maison de Barcelona, Alphonse II et Raimond Berenger V. 2 vols. Monaco, 1925.

Brooks, F. W. The English Naval Forces, 1199–1272. London, 1932.

Callender, Geoffrey. The Naval Side of British History. London, 1924.

Gregorovius, F. History of the City of Rome in the Middle Ages. London, 1902.

Gross, Chas. Sources and Literature of English History. New York, 1915.

Hannay, David. Short History of the Royal Navy, 1217–1815. London, 1898.

Harvey, John. Gothic England. New York, 1947.

Joinville, Jean de. The History of St. Louis. London, 1938.

Lloyd, John Edward. History of Wales from the Earliest Times to the Edwardian Conquest. London, 1948.

MacKenzie, Hugh. The Anti-foreign Movement in England; 1231–2. Boston, 1929.

Matthew of Paris. English History 1235–1273. London, 1853.

Mayer, Paul. (ed.) Histoire de Guillaume le Maréchal. Paris, 1891–1901.

Milman, H, H. History of Latin Christianity. New York, 1903.

Norgate, Kate. England under the Angevin Kings. New York, 1887.

Orpen, Goddard H. Ireland under the Normans, 1216–1333. Oxford, 1920.

Pollock, Sir Frederick, and Maitland, F. W. History of English Law before the Time of Edward I. Boston, 1899.

Powicke, F. M. King Henry III and the Lord Edward. 2 vols. Oxford, 1947.

Ramsey, Sir James H. Dawn of the Constitution or the Reign of Henry III and Edward I, 1216–1307. London, 1911.

Riley, H. T. (ed.) Chronicles of the Mayors and Sheriffs of London, 1188–1274. London, 1863.

Sedgwick, Henry D. Italy in the Thirteenth Century. Boston, 1933.

Stubbs, William. The Constitutional History of England in its Origin and Development. Oxford, 1896.

_____. Historical Introduction to the Rolls Series. New York, 1902.

Tout, T. F. 1216–1377. Vol. 3 of The Political History of England, ed. by Hunt and Poole, London, 1905.

Walsh, James J. The Thirteenth, Greatest of Centuries. New York, 1909.

Williamson, J. Bruce. The History of the Temple. London, 1924.

Yonge, Charlotte Mary. Cameos from English History. London, 1880.


Bémont, Charles. Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester, 1208–1265. Oxford, 1930.

Bridges, John Henry. The Life and Work of Roger Bacon, An introduction to the Opus Majus. London, 1914.

Campbell, Lord John. Lives of the Lord Chancellors of England. London, 1856.

Clifford, Edmund. Greatest of all the Plantagenets, Edward I. London, 1860.

Denholm-Young, N. Richard of Cornwall. New York, 1947.

Green, Mary A. E. Lives of the Princesses of England. London, 1857.

Harvey, John. The Plantagenets. London, 1948.

Hook, Walter F. Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury. London, 1876.

Jarman, Thomas L. William Marshal, First Earl of Pembroke. Oxford, 1930.

Jenks, Edward. Edward Plantagenet, The English Justinian, or The Making of the Common Law. New York, 1902.

Lancaster, Osbert. Our Sovereigns. London, 1937.

Leonard, Jonathan N. Crusaders of Chemistry (Roger Bacon). New York, 1930.

Lindsay, Philip. Kings of Merry England. London, 1936.

Mann, Horace K. Lives of the Popes in the Early Middle Ages. London, 1929.

Newman, John H. Lives of the English Saints. New York, 1902.

Norgate, Kate. Minority of Henry III. London, 1912.

Perry, Frederick. Saint Louis. New York, 1901.

Perry, George G. The Life and Times of Robert Grosseteste. London, 1871.

Powicke, F. M. Stephen Langton. Oxford, 1928.

Prothero, George W. Simon de Montfort. London, 1877.

Sanchez-Perez, José A. Alfonso X, el Sabio. Vol. XIII. Madrid, 1935.

Stevenson, Francis B. Robert Grosseteste. New York, 1899.

Strickland, Agnes. Lives of the Queens of England. London, 1840–48.

Tout, T. F. Edward I. New York, 1893.

Woodcock, W. and R. Lives of the Lord Mayors of London. London, 1846.

Woodruff, F. Winthrop. Roger Bacon, A Biography. London, 1938.

Wright, Thomas. The History of Fulk Fitzwarine. London, 1840.


Bourilly, V. L., and Busquet, R. La Provence au Moyen Age. Marseilles, 1924.

Cam, Helen M. The Hundred and the Hundred Rolls. London, 1930.

Clark, G. T. The Earls, Earldom and Castles of Pembroke. Tenby, 1880.

Dixon, William H. Royal Windsor. London, 1879.

Everett, Elizabeth. Provence in History and Song. Boston, 1936.

Green, John R. Oxford Studies. London, 1901.

Hayes, Alfred. “The Strategy of the Battle of Evesham.” In Proceedings of the Birmingham Archeological Society, 1920.

Heales, Alfred. The Records of Merton Priory. London, 1898.

Hennings, M. A. England under Henry III. New York, 1932.

Kingsford, C. L. (ed.) The Song of Lewes. Oxford, 1890.

Knox, Winifred F. Court of a Saint. London, 1909.

Maiden, Henry E. “The Campaign of Lewes.” In United Services Magazine, 1899.

March, Frank B. English Rule in Gascony. Ann Arbor, 1928.

Morris, W. A. The Medieval English Sheriff. London, 1927.

New, Herbert. Simon de Montfort and the Battle of Evesham. London, 1874.

Newbold, William R. The Cipher of Roger Bacon. Philadelphia, 1928.

Powicke, F. M. Ways of Medieval Life and Thought. London, 1950.

Rees, William. South Wales and the March. New York, 1924.

Salter, H. C. Medieval Oxford. Oxford, 1886.

Salzman, L. F. English Trade in the Middle Ages. Oxford, 1931.

Stathan, S. P. H. History of the Castle, Town and Port of Dover. London, 1899.

Stephens, W. R. M. “The Battle of Lewes.” British Archeological Journal, 1884.

Stow, John. The Survey of London. New York, 1912.

Unwin, George. The Gilds and Companies of London. London, 1909.

Walsh, James J. Medieval Medicine. London, 1920.

Woolridge, Harry E. The Polyphonic Period. Oxford, 1901–5.


Ady, Julia M. The Pilgrim’s Way. London, 1893.

Belloc, Hilaire. The Old Road. London, 1904.

Bumpus, T. F. The Cathedrals of England and Wales. London, 1905.

Haskins, C. H. The Rise of the Universities. New York, 1923.

Hutton, Edward. The Franciscans in England. London, 1927.

Jessopp, A. The Coming of the Friars. London, 1895.

Knowles, David. The Monastic Order in England, 943–1316. Cambridge, 1949.

Masseron, Alexandre. The Franciscans. London, 1931.

Moorman, J. R. Church Life in England in the Thirteenth Century. Cambridge, 1945.

Schachner, Nathan. The Medieval Universities. New York, 1938.

Scudder, Vida D. The Franciscan Adventure. London, 1931.

Sharp, Dorothea E. Franciscan Philosophy at Oxford in the Thirteenth Century. London, 1930.

Stanley, Arthur P. Historical Memorials of Westminster Abbey. London, 1869.

Taylor, Henry O. The Medieval Mind. London, 1911.

Tyack, G. S. Pilgrims’ Signs in W. Andrews’ Church Treasury. London, 1898.


Brooke, I., and Laver, Jas. English Costume. New York, 1937.

Calthrop, Dion C. English Costume. London, 1923.

Capefigue, N. Les Cours d’Amour. Paris, 1863.

Clinch, George. English Costume. London, 1909.

Coulton, G. G. Life in the Middle Ages. Cambridge, 1929.

_____. Medieval Panorama. New York, 1947.

_____. Five Centuries of Religion. Vol. II, The Friars and the Dead Weight of Tradition. Cambridge, 1939.

Crump, C. G., and Jacob, E. F. (eds.) The Legacy of the Middle Ages. Oxford, 1926.

Davenport, Millia. The Book of Costume. New York, 1948.

Dawson, W. F. Christmas, Its Origin and Associations. London, 1902.

Fairholt, F. W. Costume in England. London, 1846.

Hill, Georgiana. A History of English Dress. New York, 1893.

Hill, Raymond T., and Bergin, Thos. G. Anthology of Provençal Troubadours. New Haven, 1941.

Lang, Paul H. Music in Western Civilization. New York, 1941.

Miles, Clement A. Christmas in Ritual and Tradition, Christian and Pagan.London, 1912.

Reese, Gustave. Music in the Middle Ages. New York, 1940.

Rutherford, John. The Troubadours; Their Loves and Lyrics. London, 1873.

Sainte-Palaye, Jean B. Literary History of the Troubadours. London, 1779.

Strutt, Joseph. Sport and Pastimes of the People of England. London, 1810.

_____. Dress and Habits of the People of England.London, 1842.

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