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Ingulf and the Historia croylandensis
William George Searle
by Printed for the Cambridge antiquarian society, sold by Deighton, Bell, and co. in Cambridge
Written in English
Bibliography: p. v-viii.
|Statement||an investigation attempted by W. G. Searle.|
|LC Classifications||DA690 .C19|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 216 p.|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||04015607|
Buy Access; Help; About; Contact Us; Cookies; Encyclopedias | Text editionsMissing: Historia croylandensis. The sources on which he most often relies are Thomas of Marlborough’s thirteenth-century History of Evesham (which North quotes from the nineteenth-century Rolls Series edition, rather than from the recent Oxford Medieval Text by J. Sayers and L. Watkiss) and the fifteenth-century pseudo-Ingulf Historia Croylandensis.
I REVIEWS OF BOOKS Particular attention must be paid to Dr Carley's views which he ex-pounds in the introduction (Carley, i. iii, xx-xxii) on the date and author-ship of the Cronica; their substance has already appeared in his article in Mediaeval Studies, xl (I), 3. Since the chronicler states in the pro-logue (Carley, g: Historia croylandensis. Abbot of Crowland Ingulf, tr. Henry T. (Henry Thomas) Riley and fl. of Blois Peter. Abstract. Translation of Historia seu descriptio abbatiae croylandensis.A forgery of the 14th of access: Internet Topics: Croyland Abbey (Crowland, England.
Sources. ORDERCIUS, VITALIS, Historia Ecclesiastica, pars II, lib. IV (ed. MIGNE, Paris, ), [ORDERICUS is the onlly extant authority for the few fact known about Ingulf's life. the chronicle known as his Historia Anglicana, containing many autobiographical details, is a fourteenth-or fifteenth-century forgery]: see also FREEMAN, Conquest of England, IV (Oxford, ), , , Walsh, Walshe, Welsh (et al) of England Forward aka Stoches from the Domesday Book, was located in the hundred of Whitchurch, Dorset. Ingulf and the Historia Croylandensis] - Circa , Roger le Walsh and Sarah his wife mentioned in a fine concerning property in Cotton. [source: A Calendar of the Feet of Fines for Suffolk, ].
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Ingulf and the Historia croylandensis. Cambridge, Printed for the Cambridge antiquarian. Internet Archive BookReader Ingulf and the Historia croylandensis Internet Archive BookReader Ingulf and the Historia croylandensis. 94 THE HISTORIA CROYLANDENSIS: February fifteenth-century compilation, and its credibility was completely under-mined.' Since then the 'Pseudo-Ingulf' has been largely disregarded as a reputable source.
If noticed at all, it has been held up as a warning to the gullible.2 This attitude is short-sighted. Searle certainly demonstrated. The Historia Monasterii Croylandensis is attributed to Abbot Ingulph, an 11th-century Abbot of Croyland, but is generally accepted to be a 14th-century work.
Those parts of the work written after Pseudo-Ingulf, that is in the 15th century, are considered a valuable source. Publisher: Cambridge, Printed for the Cambridge antiquarian society, sold by Deighton, Bell, and co.,Author: William George.
Searle. 8 See Searle, W. G., Ingulph and the Historia Croylandensis (Cambridge Antiquarian Soc. Publs., xxvii, ), in which the unreliability, and otherwise, of its contents, and its borrowings from sound sources which include Florence of Worcester are analysed, and summarised pp.
– by: The chronicle, which for many years was referred to as 'Ingulf' and is now called the Pseudo-Ingulf, was probably written in order to support claims to property around Crowland, particularly in regard to incursions from Spalding.
3 Titles bound together in one volume. (1) W.G. Searle - Ingulf and the Historia Croylandensis. An Investigation attempted; (2) M.R.
James - On the Abbey at S. Edmund at Bury ; and CAMBRIDGE ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY: Published: Stock No. Historia Monasterii Croylandensis, a.k.a the Croyland Chronicle, (14th century) was attributed to Ingulf for many centuries; the unknown author is now known as Pseudo-Ingulf.
The author of the Historia Croylandensis may have been no less well placed, albeit vicariously. The History purports to be written by Ingulf, abbot of Crowland, c, but is in fact an elaborate conceit compiled at Crowland in the later Middle Ages.
. unknown English author of the 14th-century Historia Monasterii Croylandensis, which is traditionally attributed to the 11th-century Abbot Ingulph of Croyland Abbey.
Nothing certain is known of Pseudo-Ingulf although it is generally assumed that he was connected with Croyland Abbey. William George Searle has 26 books on Goodreads with 8 ratings.
William George Searle’s most popular book is Onomasticon Anglo-Saxonicum; A List of Anglo Missing: Historia croylandensis. 2 Domesday Book seu Liber Censualis Wilhelmi primi regis Angliae, ed.
Farley, A., 2 vols. (London, ) [hereafter DB], fols. r, v, v, r and v, where he occurs as pre-Conquest landholder of Laughton, Rippingale and Witham (Lincs.) which he held respectively with one Toli, from Crowland Abbey and from Peterborough.
Two of the entries (v and v) explicidy mention his Cited by: 4. According Anglica Historia Annates array arrayers Arrivall artillery Barnet battle Benet's Chron Bosworth Buckingham Calais campaign captain captured castle Chronicles of London Clarence and Warwick command commission commissions of array Coventry crown Croylandensis Continuatio defence Devon duke dynastic earl Edgcote Edward Edward IV England 3/5(1).
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William George Searle. 06 Feb Paperback. US$ Ingulf and the Historia Croylandensis. William George Searle. 03 Oct Hardback. US$ Author of Onomasticon Anglo-Saxonicum; A List of Anglo-Saxon Proper Names from the Time of Beda to That of King John, Onomasticon Anglo-Saxonicum, and Christ Church, Canterbury.
the Chronicle of John Stone, Monk of Christ Church II. Lists of /5(2). The Ingulph document For several centuries, he was credited with the original authorship of a history of Crowland Abbey, Historia Monasterii Croylandensis, the Croyland Chronicle, a manuscript which has since been shown to have been fabricated well after his time, probably in the 13th or 14th century.
Sometime in the 14th or 15th century a monk of the house compiled the first part of the Historia Croylandensis claiming that it had been written by Abbot Ingulf in the late 11th and early 12th century (Riley ; Searle ).
Therein is contained a series of charters supposedly issued by various kings between and in which the.Among the abbots was Ingulphus (), to whom was formerly attributed the Historia Monasterii Croylandensis.
A curious triangular bridge remains, apparently of the 14th century, but referred originally to the middle of the 9th century, which spanned three streams now covered, and affords three footways. which meet at an apex in the middle.Searle Searle, W. G., Ingulf and the Historia Croylandensis, Cambridge Antiquarian Society Calendar of Letter Books preserved in the Archives of the Corporation of the City of London: Letter-Book C (London, ).
See cited charters ed., Bede, Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum (Cambridge, ). See cited charters; Smith.