Friday, 23 May 2014

From Fréteval Jul 22nd to Becket setting sail for England Nov 30th 1170

From the Reconciliation with Henry at Fréteval 22nd July 1170 to Becket setting sail for England on November 30th 1170.

References




The Court, household, and itinerary of King Henry II
by R. W. Eyton (1878)
pp. 141-2
https://archive.org/stream/cu31924083944029#page/n160/mode/1up

Richard Hurrell Froude; James Bowling Mozley (1839). Remains of the Late Reverend Richard Hurrell Froude: v. 2.  Chapter XXI: The King's Violation of His Engagements: J. G. & F. Rivington. pp. 510–.


S. Thomas of Canterbury Hutton, William Holden
W.H. Hutton (1899) pp. 210-8

James Craigie Robertson (1859). Becket, archbishop of Canterbury: A biography. J. Murray. pp. 242–.

An Annotated Translation of the Life of St. Thomas. Becket--Books 5-7.
Herbert of Bosham
trans Irene T. Pearse. (1944)
Loyola University Chicago.
http://ecommons.luc.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1683&context=luc_theses

Chapters of the Fifth Volume
1. Reconciliation between the king and the Archbishop.
2. The Archbishop sends envoys to the king. Reasons.
3. The Archbishop's first meeting with the king after the reconciliation.
Reasons.
4. The Archbishop's second meeting with the king after the reconciliation.
Reasons.
5. Preparation for the return to our country; our activity in
England through envoys before the return; the news which we
received at the very point of our departure; the words of
the disciple who wrote these things to the Archbishop; the
Archbishop's answer.

James Craigie Robertson . Materials for the History of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury (Canonized by Pope Alexander III, AD 1173). Cambridge University Press. pp. 465-76  ISBN 978-1-108-04927-6.

Becket Materials 3. 465-76
http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k50320f/f502.image

of Bosham Herbert; John Allen Giles (1846). Herberti de Boseham S. Thomæ Cantuariensis clerici a secretis opera quæ extant omnia: Liber melorum, epistolæ, &c. apud J.H. Parker. pp. 303–15.

Herbert of Bosham
Corpus Coporum
University of Zurich
Patrologia Latina: Tomus 190 col 1949-

Herbertus_de_Boseham_cps2, Vita S. Thomae, 5c
Herbertus_de_Boseham_cps2, Vita S. Thomae, 2e
Herbertus_de_Boseham_cps2, Vita S. Thomae, 3e
Herbertus_de_Boseham_cps2, Vita S. Thomae, 5d, p43
Herbertus_de_Boseham_cps2, Vita S. Thomae, 5d, p0


Richard Hurrell Froude; James Bowling Mozley (1839). Remains of the Late Reverend Richard Hurrell Froude: v. 2. History or the contest between Thomas à Becket, archbishop of Canterbury, and Henry II, king of England, chiefly consisting of translations of contemporary letters. J. G. & F. Rivington. pp. 494–537.

John Allen Giles (1846). The Life and Letters of Thomas À Becket: Now First Gathered from the Contemporary Historians. Volume II - Chapter XXXVII: Whittaker. pp. 269–97.

Frank Barlow (1990). Thomas Becket. University of California Press. pp. 208–. ISBN 978-0-520-07175-9.

James J. Spigelman (2004). Becket & Henry: The Becket Lectures. James Spigelman. pp. 213–. ISBN 978-0-646-43477-3.


Jeremy Collier (1841). An Ecclesiastical History of Great Britain  W. Straker. pp. 27–.

Henry Hart Milman (1860). Life of Thomas à Becket. Sheldon & company. pp. 201–.



Saint Thomas (à Becket) (1845). Opera. Parker. pp. 272–.

Materials for the history of Thomas Becket, Volume iii, pp. 107-18.
William Fitzstephen
http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k50320f/f144.image

An Annotated Translation of the Life of St. Thomas Becket (Part Two)
by William Fitzstephen trans. Mary Aelred Sinclair (1944)
Loyola University Chicago pp. 42-57

W. L. Warren (1977). Henry II. University of California Press. pp. 111. ISBN 978-0-520-03494-5.


 

No comments:

Post a Comment