The history of Fulk Fitz Warine, an outlawed baron in the reign of King John. Ed. from a manuscript preserved in the British museum, with an English translation and explanatory and illustrative notes, by Thomas Wright ...
|Related Names:||Wright, Thomas 1810-1877.|
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London, Printed for the Warton Club, 1855.
Fouke Fitz Warin (Romance)
"Fulk Fitzwarine was the name of several persons living in Shropshire in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, some of whose actions are attributed to one individual in the romances of 'Foulques Fitz-Warin' ... The manuscript was transcribed before 1320, and is evidently paraphrased from an earlier record written before the end of the thirteenth century in octosyllabic verses, some of which remain unaltered."--Dict. Nat. Biog.
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