Chronica

(from the article `Gervase Of Canterbury`) Ordained by Thomas Becket, Gervase was sacristan of the Christ Church monastery for several years in the 1190s. About 1188 he began to compile his ...
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Chronica

(from the article `Nepos, Cornelius`) ...like Catullus, from northern Italy. His principal writings were De viris illustribus (`On Famous Men`), comprising brief biographies of ...
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Chronica

(from the article `Roger Of Hoveden`) ...law and collecting royal revenue. After the King`s death in 1189, Roger probably travelled with Richard`s crusade to the Holy Land and began his ...
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Chronica

(from the article `Sulpicius Severus`) ...draft of which was written before Martin`s death in 397, but supplementary matter relating to Martin is added in all his subsequent versions, ...
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Chronica

[Guillaume de Puylaurens] Cronica (in standard Latin, Chronica; in English, `Chronicle`) is the short title of a history of Catharism and the Albigensian Crusade by the 13th century Toulousain author Guillaume de Puylaurens. The most important manuscript of the Chronica (Paris Bibl. Nat. Latin 5212) dates from the early 14th century. It was...
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