The London Chronicles of the Fifteenth Century: A Revolution in English Writing

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Index
London chronicles are referred to by their manuscript shelf names. Details of the chronicles, their groupings and their published titles are found in the bibliography.
Adys, Miles* 38
Agincourt* 43, 44, 52, 111
Armagnac* 86―7, 88
Arnold's Chronicle* 5, 25n.37, 26
Arthur, prince* 52
Authorship* 25―39, 47, 121
anonymity of* 4, 15, 25, 25n.37, 47, 141, 142, 145
attribution of* 25n.4, 26―39
authors* 4, 33n.69, 49, 128, 147
author's gender* 12
commissioning of* 12, 45, 101, 103, 111, 114, 123, 141
compilers* 15, 20, 23, 121, 132, 135, 138, 142
continuations* 102, 106, 107, 121, 122, 138, 151
Brut* 45―6, 46n.112, 119
of Egerton 1995(Gregory's Chronicle)* 30n.56, 31
informal* 35n.75, 45, 142
professional* 30n.56, 111
copier* 4, 102, 105, 118, 128, 138, 142
scribes* 12, 22n.32, 25, 45n.110, 99, 102, 110, 111, 114, 116, 138, 153
within workshops* 27, 46, 101, 125, 130
workshop production* 4, 49, 101n.10, 114, 116, 125, 130, 142
evidence of* 12, 27, 45―6, 46n.112, 101―2, 123, 133, 138
speculative production* 46, 96
writers* 12, 13, 103, 106, 119, 125, 126
use of sources* 102, 112, 125, 130, 135, 136
Arundell, countess of (d.1440)* 78
Arundell, Robert Fitzalan, earl of (d.1397)* 93, 111
Badby, John* 42
Bailly, William* 67
Bale, John* 33, 33n.70, 34, 125
Bale, London chronicler* 33
Bale, Robert* 9, 33, 33n.71, 34, 47
Barker Christofer* 34―5, 34n.74, 35n.77, 127, 128, 129n.77
Barons' War* 16n.2
Bataille du Roy, Le* 100
Battles* 65, 66, 70, 80―5, 81n.76, 83n.79, 87, 93, 127
of Agincourt* 111
of Barnet* 81n.71
of Mortimer's Cross* 80, 81―2, 82n.77
of St. Albans (1455)* 32, 42n.102, 81n.76
of St. Albans (1461)* 12n.28, 32n.66, 80―4
of Shrewsbury* 131
of Towton* 32
of Wakefield* 80, 82, 84
Beckett, Thomas a* 16n.2
Bedford, John, duke of (d.1435)* 66
Blackheath* 30n.57, 67
Boke of the Ordre of Chyvalry* 5, 4
Bologne* 127
Boltingbroke, Robert* 78, 79
Bridgen, Thomas* 37
Brut* 7, 9, 55n.13, 59n.30, 98, 114, 118
as a source* 20, 20n.26, 21, 50, 73, 95, 124n.62
distinction from London chronicles* 6, 50n.1, 50n.4, 95, 121, 142
with London continuations* 4, 46n.11, 47, 73, 119, 120―1, 120n.57, 123, 140, 231
Bryan, John* 104
Burbon, Bastard of* 88
Burgundy, Margaret, duchess of, sister to Edward IV* 42
Burgundy, Philip II, duke of* 42n.98, 86, 89, 90
Burgo, Hugh de* 16n.2
Cade, Jack* see under rebellions
Calais* 86, 87, 88, 89, 91, 95, 127
Camden Society* 5 ―6
Campion, Edward* 100
Carpenter, John* 35n.76, 39, 39n.89
Catherine of Aragon* 52, 54n.12, 56, 127
Caxton, William* 7
Chaucer, Geoffrey* 80n.70, 100
Chester* 77
Chivalry* 54, 80, 92
Clopton, Robert* 50n.4

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