Catalog Record: Historiae anglicanae scriptores X : Simeon monachus Dunelmensis, Johannes prior Hagustaldensis, Ricardus prior Hagustaldensis, Ailredus abbas Rievallensis, Radulphus de Diceto Londoniensis, Johannes Brompton Jornallensis, Gervasius monachus Dorobornensis, Thomas Stubbs dominicanus, Guilielmus Thorn Cantuariensis, Henricus Knighton Leicestrensis : Ex vetustis manuscriptis, nunc primum in lucem editi | HathiTrust Digital Library

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Historiae anglicanae scriptores X :
Simeon monachus Dunelmensis, Johannes prior Hagustaldensis, Ricardus prior Hagustaldensis, Ailredus abbas Rievallensis, Radulphus de Diceto Londoniensis, Johannes Brompton Jornallensis, Gervasius monachus Dorobornensis, Thomas Stubbs dominicanus, Guilielmus Thorn Cantuariensis, Henricus Knighton Leicestrensis : Ex vetustis manuscriptis, nunc primum in lucem editi /
adjectis variis lectionibus, glossario, indicéque copioso.

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Related Names: Bee, Cornelius. , Flesher, James d. 1670., Selden, John 1584-1654., Twysden, Roger Sir 1597-1672., Simeon of Durham -approximately 1130.
Language(s): Latin
Published: Londini : Typis Jacobi Flesher, sumptibus Cornelii Bee..., MDCLII [1652]
Subjects: Great Britain > Great Britain / History > Great Britain / History / Medieval period, 1066-1485.
Engravings > Engravings / England > Engravings / England / 17th century.
Note: Errata, last leaf.
Includes indexes.
2301-2310 omitted in column numbering.
Signatures: [superscript pi]A⁶ a-f⁴ g1 A⁴ B-5B⁶ 5C-5F⁴ 5G², [A]-[2C]⁶ [2D]⁸ [2E]-[2M]⁶ [2N]⁴.
A few engraved in-text ill.
Main text largely printed in double columns.
Glossary compiled by Guilielmus Somner.
"Variantes lectiones" compiled by Radulphus Jennyngs.
"De scriptoribus hisce nunc primum editis" (p. I-L) by John Selden.
Introd. signed by Roger Twysden.
Physical Description: [12], L, [8], 8 p., 9-2768 [i.e. 2758] columns, [201] p. : ill. ; 35 cm. (fol.)
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