2 edition of Formularies which bear on the history of Oxford, c. 1204-1420 found in the catalog.
Formularies which bear on the history of Oxford, c. 1204-1420
H. E. Salter
1942 by The Clarendon Press for the Oxford historical society in Oxford .
Written in English
Documents in Latin and French.
|Statement||edited by H. E. Salter, W. A. Pantin [and] H. G. Richardson.|
|Series||Oxford historical society. [Publications] New series, vol. IV-V|
|Contributions||Pantin, W. A. 1902- ed., Richardson, H. G. 1884-|
|LC Classifications||DA690.O97 O8 n. s. vol. 4-5|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||43006463|
Oxford, city (district), administrative and historic county of Oxfordshire, England. It is best known as the home of the University of Oxford. Situated between the upper River Thames (known in Oxford as the Isis) and the Cherwell, just north of their confluence, the town was first occupied in Saxon. Pantin was born in Blackheath, south London, on 1 May He was educated at Westminster School and Christ Church, Oxford, where he obtained a first-class degree in Modern History in He undertook research at the University of Oxford after winning a Bryce Research Studentship.. From he taught history at the Victoria University of Manchester, first as an Assistant Lecturer and then. The Republic for Which It Stands: The United States during Reconstruction and the Gilded Age, (Oxford History of the United States) by Richard White | Sep 1, out of 5 stars
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Richardson (eds.): Formularies which Bear on the History of Oxford, c Vol. He may be the author of many documents on this question, collected by Richard of Bury in his Liber epistolaris [Formularies which bear on the history of Oxford c.
–ed. H.E. Salter et al. (Oxford ) – 5, 14 – 66, 71 – 79]. The direct information concerning books at Durham College is not revealing: beyond this c.
1204-1420 book lists survive, one of (too early for Wyclif), the second of c.and the third of list books sent to Oxford and, unsurprisingly, do not contain works by him: see Blakiston, H. 10 Formularies which bear on the History of Oxford, c.
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