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The many marginal images, such as that for the wreck of the White Ship Corpus 26, fol. The three books were used as the key witnesses for H.
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This site was designed by Dr Paul Hayward. Writing History in the Middle Ages 4 York,pp. Matthew Paris, Chronica majoraed.
Luard, Rolls Series 57, 7 vols. The calendar on folio vi rv of Corpus 26 also contains many feasts which seldom celebrated beyond the abbey and its dependencies, such as that of the Invention of St Oswine 10 Marchthat of the Invention of St Amphibalus and his Companions 25 June and that of the Natalis of St Oswine 20 August. VII known as Rhas the remainder of the work —9 fols.
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There are, likewise, similar repairs in Corpus 26, where the inserted leaves are now paged as folios 8r—10v, 16r—16v, 19r—19v, and r—v. Focused though it is on English history and the interests and reputation of St Albans Abbey, Chronica maiora is another example of the trend towards exhaustiveness. Corpus 26 known as MS A has the text of Chronica maiora from Creation down to the end of the year ; Corpus 16 known as B has the text from to ; and the third volume, Royal In Corpus 16 various leaves have been lost: Among the many illustrated sections, the itinerary for a journey from London to the Holy Land on folios i—iv of Corpus 16 comprises a chrobica striking effort to present information in a diagrammatic form, although the leaves are much damaged.
A superb illustrator as well as a fine writer, Matthew Paris majoar. In its final form, it is a monumental work extending to seven tomes in the Rolls Series edition. As well as continuing it down to the end of the s, Paris added much more material to earlier sections of this compilation.
It was built on the work of an earlier St Albans historian, Roger of Wendover d. Please report any problems to p.
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