The chronicle of Florence of Worcester,
with the two continuations; comprising annals of English history, from the departure of the Romans to the reign of Edward I.
Translated from the Latin, with notes and illustrations, by Thomas Forester.
|Main Author:||Florence, of Worcester, d. 1118.|
|Related Names:||John of Eversden 13th cent., Taxster, John de 1265?, John of Worcester 12th cent., Forester, Thomas , tr.|
London, H. G. Bohn, 1854.
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"The interval between the years 1141 and 1152 ... is filled up in one of the best manuscripts by a transcript from the History of Henry of Huntingdon."--Pref.
Florence's chronicle ends with the year 1117; the first continuation, 1117-1141, was written by John of Worcester; the second, 1152-1295, was the work of John De Taxster to 1265, continued to 1295 probably by John of Eversden.
Translation of Chronicon ex chronicis.
xiii, 512 p.
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