Saturday, 16 November 2013

William of Canterbury

References

William of Canterbury - Wikipedia

W. H. Hutton (1889), St Thornas of Canterbury, p. 277-8
http://archive.org/stream/sthomascanterbu02huttgoog#page/n299/mode/1up

Michael Staunton (2001). The Lives of Thomas Manchester University Press. pp. 8–. ISBN 978-0-7190-5455-6.

Frank Barlow (1990). Thomas Becket. University of California Press. pp. 4–5. ISBN 978-0-520-07175-9.

Thomas Duffus Hardy (2012), Descriptive Catalogue of Materials Relating to the History of Great Britain and Ireland to the End of the Reign of Henry VII, Cambridge University Press, pp. 5–, ISBN 978-1-108-04278-9

Works

Vita Sancti Thomae: Auctore Willelmo Cantuariensi; ed J. Giles (1845). Vita S. Thomae (etc.). Parker. pp. 21–.
Materials for the history of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury ... : James Craigie Robertson, William, of Canterbury...
Materials for the History of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury Volume I
BNF Gallica: http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k50318w/f44.image

Archaeologia Cantiana. Kent Archaeological Society. 1866. pp. 1–..

http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/Research/Pub/ArchCant/006%20-%201866/006-01.pdf

An Annotated Translation of the Life of Saint Thomas, the Archbishop of Canterbury
by William, a Monk of Canterbury; trans. Mary Annette Bocke (1946)
Loyola University Chicago
http://ecommons.luc.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1056&context=luc_theses

Variants of the Middle English warning in William of Canterbury's Life of Becket
Roger Dahood
From: Parergon
Volume 11, Number 1, June 1993
pp. 21-33 | 10.1353/pgn.1993.0074


Manuscripts

Thomas Duffus Hardy (15 November 2012). Descriptive Catalogue of Materials Relating to the History of Great Britain and Ireland to the End of the Reign of Henry VII. Cambridge University Press. pp. 5–. ISBN 978-1-108-04278-9.

Sir Thomas Duffus Hardy (1865). Descriptive catalogue of materials relating to the history of Great Britain and Ireland: to the end of the reign of Henry VII.. Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts. pp. 345–.

British Library Harl. MS 2.
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British museum (1808). "Harl. MS 2: Quadrilogus"Catalogue of the Harleian Manuscripts in the British Museum. pp. 1–.

Quadrilogus

E(lias) of Evesham, Quadrilogus de uita sancti Thome Cantuariensis (BHL 8194–95)
Cotton MS Nero A V, ff 83–118 : Mid 13th century
Details

E(lias) of Evesham, Quadrilogus de uita sancti Thome Cantuariensis (BHL 8194, 8198)

Cotton MS Faustina B VIII, ff 54–121 : 1st half of the 14th century-Mid 14th century

"VITA beati Thomæ arehiepiscopi et martiris": the Quadrilogus, or compilation by E[lias?] of Evesham, from the four Lives by John of Salisbury, Herbert of Boseham, William of Canterbury, and Alan, Abbot of Tewkesbury. The prologue begins "Post summi

Stowe MS 52 : 13th century


" VITA et Passio Sancti Thome Canthuariensis Arehiepiscopi ;" compiled apparently from the Lives by Edward Grim (of whose work the earlier part is an epitome), Herbert of Bosham, and William of Canterbury, but not agreeing with the Quadrilogus. A collection of miracles is added, imperfect at the end, f.1 ;-Fragment of a Life of S. Francis, Confessor; imperfect at the beginning. It appears to be founded upon the Life by Bonaventura, f. 17. On vellum, xiiith cent. ; formerly belonging to the monastery of S. Remaclus, of Stablo. Folio. [16,607.]

Add MS 16607 : 13th century

Marie de France, Lais ( Lanval ) (1r–8v: Dean 176); Le Livere de Reis de Brittanie , to King Richard I of England (1189–99) (8v–18r: Dean 13); Carmen de excidio Troie (18r–v: Walther 13895, imperfect); Marie de France, Fables (19r–32v: Dean 179, imperfect); E(lias) of Evesham, Quadrilogus de uita sancti Thome Cantuariensis (33r–92r: BHL 8198, 8194–97); royal constitutions (92r–v: BHL 8246); letters of Pope Alexander III (1159–81) concerning Thomas Becket, archbishop of Canterbury (1162–70) (92v–94r); Translatio sancti Thome martyris (94r–95r: BHL 8228); Beneit of St Albans, La Vie de Thomas Becket (95v–113r: Dean 509); lists of the archbishops of Canterbury, archbishops of York and bishops of Durham (113r)

Cotton MS Vespasian B XIV : 4th quarter of the 13th century


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