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Selected Sources: England


  • Arthuriana
  • Anglo-Saxon Britain
    • General
    • The Saxon Invasions
    • The Age of Bede
    • The Age of Alfred
    • Law and Government
    • Later Anglo-Saxon England
    • Ango-Saxon Literature
  • Norman England
    • The Conquest 1066
    • William I: Administration & the Domesday Book
    • William II
    • Henry I and the Norman Regnum
  • Angevin England
    • Henry II
      • The Man and His Family
      • Thomas Becket
      • Wars
      • Administration and The Origins of Common Law
    • Richard I Lionheart
    • England under Angevin Rule
  • Parliamentary Origins in England
    • Common Law: A Law of Real Property
    • The Barons Revolt and Magna Carta
    • The Struggle of Henry III and His Barons
    • Parliament Coalesces
  • Later Medieval England
    • Government
    • Henry III
    • Edward I
    • Legal Texts
      • Select Pleas
    • Yorkists and Lancastrians
    • The Tudor Victory

  • WEB For Arthurian texts, not collected here, see the Camelot Project and especially the Camelot Project Author Menu for beautifully presented, introduced, and annotated texts of:
    • The Alliterative Morte Arthure
    • Annales Cambriae (Annals of Wales), Arthurian References in (c. 960-980)
    • The Avowyng of Arthur
    • The Awntyrs off Arthur
    • The Carle of Carlisle
    • Culwch and Olwen (translated by Lady Charlotte Guest as Kilhwch and Olwen)
    • The Greene Knight
    • The Jeaste of Sir Gawain
    • King Arthur and King Cornwall
    • The Knightly Tale of Gologras and Gawain
    • Lancelot of the Laik
    • The Marriage of Sir Gawain
    • Sir Gawain and the Carle of Carlisle
    • Sir Perceval of Galles
    • Sir Tristrem
    • Stanzaic Morte Arthur
    • The Turke and Sir Gawain
    • The Wedding of Sir Gawain and Dame Ragnelle
    • A selection of post medieval-Arthurian literature [Tennyson, Emerson, Swinbourne and so on.]

Anglo-Saxon Britain
Norman England
Angevin England
Parliamentary Origins in England
Later Medieval England

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