e-Book Original Acta of St. Peter's Abbey, Gloucester c.1122 to 1263: With an Account of the Scriptorium and Its Scribes (Gloucestershire Record Series) (English and Latin Edition) download
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Bibliographic Details. Title: The Original Acta of St. Peter's Abbey,. Publisher: The Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Bristol. Publication Date: 1998. Binding: Publisher's Cloth. Attic Books Roger Langer 14 St James Street Cheltenham GL522SH 07972278548 (mobile).
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Gloucestershire Record Series, . 1. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society.
Gloucestershire Record Series, 1. Pp. lxi+354+44 plates. 30. 0 900197 47 1. NICHOLAS VINCENT (a1). Christ church college, canterbury. Patterson Page Count: 418 pages Published Date: 29 Oct 1998 Publisher: Bristol & Gloucestershire .
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Robert of Gloucester (fl. c. 1260 – c. 1300) wrote a chronicle of British, English, and Norman history sometime in the mid- or late-thirteenth century. Little is known about Robert himself; the key reason for attributing the Chronicle to a person of this name is a mention in the continuation of the longer version that 'roberd, þat verst þis boc made' ('Robert, that first this book made', lines 11748-49) personally witnessed an eclipse that accompanied the Battle of Evesham (1265).
Robert FitzRoy, 1st Earl of Gloucester (c. 1090 – 31 October 1147) (alias Robert Rufus, Robert de Caen, Robert Consul) was an illegitimate son of King Henry I of England. He was the half-brother of the Empress Matilda, and her chief military supporter during the civil war known as The Anarchy, in which she vied with Stephen of Blois for the throne of England.
Gloucestershire Record Series. e. Peter’s Abbey, Gloucester, c. 1122-1263, Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Records Section, New Series, 11 (1998). Wyatt, I. Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia, 1783-1842, Gloucestershire Record Series, 1 (1988). Bigland, . Historical, monumental and genealogical collections relative to the county of Gloucester. Cheltenham Probate Records, 1660-1740, Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Records Section, New Series, 12 (1999).
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