Catalog Record: Materials for the history of Thomas Becket : archbishop of Canterbury (canonized by Pope Alexander III., A. D. 1173) | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Materials for the history of Thomas Becket : archbishop of Canterbury (canonized by Pope Alexander III., A. D. 1173) / Edited by James Craigie Robertson. Published by the authority of the lords commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, under the direction of the master of the rolls.

Main Author: Robertson, James Craigie, 1813-1882,
Related Names: Herbert, of Bosham active 1162-1186., Fitzstephen, William -1190?, Grim, Edward active 1170-1177., Alan of Tewkesbury active 12th century., John of Salisbury, Bishop of Chartres -1180., Benedict Abbot of Peterborough -1193., William, of Canterbury. , Sheppard, J. B. 1827-1895, joint ed.
Language(s): Latin ; English
Published: London : Longman, 1875-85.
Subjects: Thomas, > à Becket, Saint, > 1118?-1170.
Note: Vol. 7 edited by James Craigie Robertson ... and J. Brigstocke Sheppard.
Physical Description: 7 v. ; 26 cm.
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