This is the first volume in a collection in which the pre-conquest chronicles of England will be presented in a comparative format. Edited texts of the chronicles, and modern English translations, are placed on facing pages. Opposite them appear the translations, with explanatory comments as footnotes. Each volume will conclude with a full bibliography, followed by detailed indexes of personal and place names.
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Cyril Hart is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society (FRHistS) and the editor of several previous texts in medieval history, including Learning and Culture in Late Anglo-Saxon England and the Influence of Ramsey Abbey on the Major English Monastic Schools (3 volumes) and The Thorney Annals 963-1412 A.D., An Edition and Translation.Review:
"This pioneering study will surely provide a firm basis upon which further progress can be made to our understanding of England's history in the early medieval period." - Alfred P. Smyth, Professor Emeritus, University of Kent at Canterbury"
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