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chronicle of Hugh Candidus, a monk of Peterborough

Hugo Candidus.

chronicle of Hugh Candidus, a monk of Peterborough

by Hugo Candidus.

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Published by Oxford University Press, for the Friends of Peterborough Cathedral in London .
Written in English


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Other titlesGeste de Burch.
Statemented. by W.T. Mellos. with La geste de Burch, ed. with an introduction by Alexander Bell.
ContributionsMellows, William Thomas., Hugo, Candidus., Bell, Alexander.
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Open LibraryOL14621959M

Books; Search; Support. How-To Tutorials; Suggestions; Machine Translation Editions; Noahs Archive Project; About Us. Terms and Conditions; Get Published. Submission Guidelines; Self-Publish Check List; Why Choose Self-publishing? 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. W. T. Mellows [] p.

The Chronicle of Hugh Candidus, a Monk of Peterborough (Oxford, ). See cited charters Meritt Meritt, H., 'Old English Entries in a Manuscript at Bern', Journal of English and Germanic Philology 33 (), – APA. Hugo, C. (). The chronicle of Hugh Candidus: A monk of , New York: Oxford University Press. MLA. Hugo, Candidus. The Chronicle of Hugh.

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", or "Reginald Spirit", a sacrist there. 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.


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Download books for free. Find books. Text of the Chronicle based on the Davenport transcript, now in the Cambridge University Library, and collated with the version in the register of Robert of Swaffham, now in the Peterborough Cathedral Library, and with the version in the register of Walter Whittlesey.

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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 Robert of Swaffham in the library of the Dean and.

The Chronicle of Hugh Candidus, a Monk of Peterborough, ed. W.T. Mellows (Oxford, ), p. 70; The Peterborough Chronicle of Hugh Candidus, trans. C. 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.

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.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.