Chronicon Adæ de Usk A.D. 1377-1421. [The Chronicle of Adam of Usk.]

By: THOMPSON, Sir Edward

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Chronicon Adæ de Usk A.D. 1377-1421.  [The Chronicle of Adam of Usk.] by THOMPSON, Sir Edward Maunde (ed)
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London: Henry Frowde. 1904. Edited with a translation and notes by Sir Edward Maunde Thompson. Second edition. Published under the direction of the Royal Society for Literature. Tall 8vo; xxxviii, 347pp. Original cloth, gilt device on upper board, extremities slightly rubbed, a few light flecks. Edges a little darkened. Pencilled annotations (translations) in the margins throughout the Latin text, otherwise clean. A good to very good copy. ISBN ***Adam of Usk (c1352-1430) was born at Usk in Monmouthshire and studied at Oxford, where he obtained his doctorate and became an 'extraordinary' in Canon Law. He practised in the archiepiscopal court of Canterbury, 1390-97, and in 1399 accompanied Archbishop Arundel and Bolingbroke's army on the march to Chester. He abruptly left England in 1402, after a conviction for the theft of a horse, and went to Rome where he received preferment for some years but left for Belgium and France in 1406 seeking, unsuccessfully, King Henry's pardon to return home. Nonetheless he returned to Wales in 1408 and put himself under the protection of Glendower. In 1411 the pardon was granted. .

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