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Peterborough Chronicle of Hugh Candidus
|Statement||translated by Charles Mellows and William Thomas Mellows ; edited by W. T. Mellows.|
|Contributions||Mellows, William Thomas., Mellows, Charles.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
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The Peterborough Chronicle of Hugh Candidus book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A history of the abbey of Peterborough and Eng 4/5(1). Much of what is known about the early history of Peterborough is due to a monk of the Abbey named Hugh, who compiled a chronicle around the middle of the Twelfth Century.
Hugh’s narrative covers the foundation of the Abbey by the Mercian King Peada, its sacking by the Danes and the arrival Peterborough Chronicle of Hugh Candidus book the first Norman Abbot after Hereward had burnt it in Author: Hugh Candidus.
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Hugh Candidus is the author of The Peterborough Chronicle of Hugh Candidus ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published )4/5(1). The Peterborough Chronicle of Hugh Candidus W T Mellows (editor) Published by The Peterborough Natural History Scientific and Archaeological Society, UK ().
The chronicle of Hugh Candidus, a monk of Peterborough, ed. by W. Mellows. With La geste de Burch, ed., with an introd., by Alexander Peterborough Chronicle of Hugh Candidus book.
English, Latin, Book edition: The chronicle of Hugh Candidus a monk of Peterborough / ed. by W. Mellows ; With La geste de Burch ; ed. with an introd. by Alexander Bell. Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. Cover title: The Peterborough chronicle of Hugh Candidus. "Published on behalf of the Friends of Peterborough Peterborough Chronicle of Hugh Candidus book in commemoration of the fourth centenary of the foundation of the cathedral.".
English, Undetermined, Book edition: The Peterborough chronicle of Hugh Candidus / translated by Charles Mellows and William Thomas Mellows ; edited by W.T. Mellows. Hugh, Candidus, fl. The Chronicle of Hugh Candidus. Edited by W. Mellows.
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Buy The Peterborough Chronicle of Hugh Candidus to by W.T. Mellows from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ The chronicle of Hugh Candidus, a monk of Peterborough. Request This. Title Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. The chronicle of Hugh Candidus, a monk of Peterborough, ed.
by W. Mellows. With La geste de Burch, ed., with an introd., by Alexander Bell. Format Book Published London, New York, Oxford University Press, The Peterborough Chronicle of Hugh Candidus tells the story of the monastic community at Peterborough fromwhen the very first one was established, to when he Peterborough Chronicle of Hugh Candidus book is, understandably, in some doubt as to when the foundation stone of the third abbey church of the monastery - now the cathedral - at Peterborough was laid.
The Chronicle of Hugh Candidus, a Monk of Peterborough, ed. W.T. Mellows (Oxford, ), p. 70; The Peterborough Chronicle of Hugh Candidus, trans. Mellows & W.T. Mellors (Peterborough. ), p. The place-names Hah, Langlel Denham, and Binitun of the text are wrongly identified.
Peterborough's charter allegedly issued by Wulfhere is in. The Peterborough Chronicle of Hugh Candidus, Peterborough Museum Society, ; Various, People of Peterborough, Peterborough Museum Publications, ) * * * A major storm on this day did considerable damage to the cathedral; four pinnacles and half of the spire at the south-west corner were blown down.
The repairs took two years, with Pages: Hugh Candidus, a 12th-century monk of Peterborough who wrote a history of the abbey, described its location as: a fair spot, and a goodly, because on the one side it is rich in fenland, and in goodly waters, and on the other it has [an] abundance of ploughlands and woodlands, with many fertile meads and pastures.
The evidence provided by the Liber Niger is compared and contrasted with that contained in other important twelfth-century sources, namely the Peterborough Chronicle and the history of Hugh Candidus. This is on my research shelf: The Peterborough Chronicle of Hugh Candidus, published in by The Peterborough Natural History, Scientific and Archaeological Society.
It’s publication was supposed to be accompanied by a celebration of the quatercentenary of the founding of the cathedral at Peterborough, except, there was a war on. Get this from a library. The Peterborough chronicle of Hugh Candidus.
[Hugo Candidus; Charles Mellows; W T Mellows; Peterborough natural history, scientific and archæological society.; Cambridge University Library.]. Get this from a library. The Peterborough chronicle of Hugh Candidus.
[Hugh Candidus; Peterborough Natural History, Scientific and Archæological Society.]. This is an excellent, scholarly edition of Hugh's Latin chronicle, annotated to distinguish clearly between readings of different surviving copies.
However analysis of the text is prone to be somewhat dated, and footnotes are occasionally incorrect. An essential resource for the early history of Peterborough Abbey, now Peterborough Cathedral, it also includes some 5/5(1). Hugh Candidus (c. – c. ) was a monk of the Benedictine monastery at Peterborough, who wrote a Medieval Latin account of its history, from its foundation as Medeshamstede in the mid 7th century up to the mid 12th century.
1 Life 2 Written work 4 BibliographyBorn: c. Monastic Matrix: A scholarly resource for the study of women's religious communities from to CE; Monastic Matrix is an ongoing collaborative effort by an international group of scholars of medieval history, religion, history of art, archaeology, religion, and other disciplines, as well as librarians and experts in computer technology.
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T Mellows (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hugh Candidus, W. T Mellows. Whittlesey was a Peterborough monk, whoc compiled his chronicle and register about the year The first part of his book is a transcript of the Chronicle of Hugh Candidus, the first Peterborough his text of Hugh’s chronicle he has inserted a list of the Peterborough knights, versions of which are to be found in the Registerof.
At Peterborough a new Latin chronicle, by Hugh Candidus, was produced; it was the latter which had the great future in the abbey’s own historiography. Home’s answers here suggest the limits of the hybridity that E : Pauline Stafford.
Email this Article Hugh CandidusMissing: Peterborough Chronicle. HUGH (fl. ?–?), called Albus or Candidus, chronicler, was from early boyhood a monk of Peterborough, having been brought into the brotherhood by his elder brother, Reinaldus Spiritus, one of the sacrists of the monastery, in the time of Abbot Ernulf, who ruled the house between and Hugh was a very sickly child, and though.
If you continue browsing, we’ll assume that you are happy to receive all our cookies. You can change your cookie settings at any time. In the Peterborough Chronicle of Hugh Candidus, trans. Mellows and W. Mellows,there is a description of the Fees held by the Abbey of Peterborough.
The editors have put a note under the passage on the fee of Ralph Tot of Paston that 'the remains of the moated mound between Dogsthorpe and Paston known as Honey Hill or the Nab. Hugh, Candidus, approximately approximately URI(s) Peterborough (England) Associated Language. lat. Occupation.
Monks. Hugh Candidus Label from public data source Wikidata; Sources. found: The chronicle of Hugh Candidus, a monk of Peterborough, found: Wikipedia, J Hugh Candidus was a monk of the Benedictine monastery at Peterborough, who wrote a Medieval Latin account of its history, from its foundation as Medeshamstede in the mid 7th century up to the mid 12th century.
Hugh Candidus was a monk of Peterborough Abbey from early boyhood, he was brought into the community by his elder brother, "Reinaldus Spiritus".
The Peterborough Chronicle (combining the Chronicle of Hugh Candidus with the narrative portions of the Registers of Robert of Swaffham and Walter of Whittlesey), edited and translated by Edmund King.
The Book of Robert of Swaffham (combining also the charter material in the other cartularies), edited and translated by Nicholas Karn. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.
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with introd., commentary, and an appendix containing the interpolations by Cecily Clark. Format Book Published [London] Oxford University Press, Description lxx, p.
23 cm. Other contributors Clark, Cecily, ed. Series. The real Hereward (as recorded in Domesday Book and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle) seems to have been a small south-Lincolnshire squire, holding lands from the abbeys of Crowland and Peterborough, and thus very much "the monk's man," although regularly in dispute as to tenancy agreements (The Chronicle of Hugh Candidus, ed.
Mellows  p. The Peterborough chronicle of Hugh Candidus written after and its fourteenth-century French verse translation provide some supplementary material (Gransden ), and there is the `E' version of the Anglo-Saxon chronicle compiled at Peterborough, of which the section relating to Hereward was written before (Gransden ).Cited by: 6.
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