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The Early History Of Oxford 727-1100

by James Parker

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Europe - Great Britain - General,
  • History,
  • History: World

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages456
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11927846M
    ISBN 101430484187
    ISBN 109781430484189

    Earlier works might devote a few paragraphs detailing the proof that Geoffrey was the inventor of fictitious information, such as in James Parker's The Early History of Oxford, where persons such as Eldad, Eldod, Abbot Ambrius, and others are noted to be the result of Geoffrey's own imagination. [18]. The early history of Oxford, , By Parker, James, Publication date Domesday book and beyond: three essays in the early history of England By Maitland, Frederic William, , Publication date Statistics of dissent in England and Wales, from dissenting authorities priving the inefficiency of the voluntary.

    Early English Romances in Verse, by Edith Rickert, Early History of Oxford, , by James Parker, Early Records of the Town of Lunenbug, Mass., edited by Walter Alonzo Davis, Early Scottish Charters, by Archibald Champbell Lawrie, There is a tradition that he founded the University of Cambridge, or at least some kind of school there: cf. the interesting remarks of James Parker, The Early History of Oxford, - (Oxford, ) III XXI Not King Alfred of Wessex, as the reader might suspect, but King Aldfrith of Northumbria.

    Sep 26,  · 52 The material bearing on the mythical history of the University of Oxford is most conveniently assembled in Parker, J., The Early History of Oxford –, Oxford Hist. Soc. 3 (Oxford, ), 24 – 62 (discussion, with translation of texts) and –17 (appendix of texts).Cited by: Earlier works might devote a few paragraphs detailing the proof that Geoffrey was the inventor of fictitious information, such as in James Parker's The Early History of Oxford, where persons such as Eldad, Eldod, Abbot Ambrius, and others are noted to be the result of Geoffrey's own imagination.


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