Catalog Record: Six old English chronicles, of which two are now first translated from the monkish Latin originals. Ethelwerd's Chronicle. Asser's Life of Alfred. Geoffrey of Monmouth's British history. Gildas. Nennius. And Richard of Cirencester | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Six old English chronicles, of which two are now first translated from the monkish Latin originals. Ethelwerd's Chronicle. Asser's Life of Alfred. Geoffrey of Monmouth's British history. Gildas. Nennius. And Richard of Cirencester. Ed., with illustrative notes, by J. A. Giles ...

Main Author: Giles, J. A. 1808-1884.
Related Names: Bertram, Charles 1723-1765., Gunn, William 1750-1841, tr., Asser, John d. 909., Ethelwerd d. 998?, Geoffrey of Monmouth, Bishop of St. Asaph 1100?-1154., Gildas 516?-570?, Nennius fl. 796.
Language(s): English
Published: London, G. Bell & sons, 1875.
Subjects: Great Britain > History > Anglo Saxon period, 449-1066
Note: The work attributed to Richard of Cirencester is a forgery by Charles Bertram.
The "translation [of Nennius] is substantially that of the Rev. W. Gunn, published ... in 1819."--Pref.
Physical Description: xx, 512 p. incl. geneal. tab. front. (port.) 19 cm.
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