Henry's Wars and Shakespeare's Laws: Perspectives on the Law of War in the Later Middle Ages

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Abbreviations
Ayala Balthazar Ayala, Three Books on the Law of War and
on the Duties Connected with War and on Military
Discipline, Carnegie edn., trans. John Pawley Bate
( 1582) (vol. ii) ( 1912).
Bouvet Honoré Bonet [otherwise known as Bouvet], The Tree
of Battles, ed. G. W. Coopland ( 1949). Coopland's
edn. is a translation of the Ernest Nys edn. of 1883.
See further Ch. 2 n. 5 and Ch. 5 n. 3.
CW William Shakespeare, The Complete Works, ed.
Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor (Compact edn., 1988).
See further Ch. 1 n. 2.
Gentili Alberico Gentili, De jure belli libri tres, Carnegie edn.,
trans. John C. Rolfe ( 1933). See further Ch. 2 n. 17
and Ch. 3 n. 80.
Gesta Gesta Henrici Quinti, ed. Frank Taylor and John S.
Roskell ( 1975).
Grose Francis Grose, Military Antiquities (vol. i, 1786; vol.
ii, 1788).
Grotius Hugo Grotius, De jure belli ac pacis libri tres,
Carnegie edn., trans. Francis Kelsey from 1646 edn.
( 1925). See further Ch. 2 n. 19.
Hall Edward Hall, Hall's Chronicle: Containing the History
of England, during the Reign of Henry the Fourth, and
the Succeeding Monarchs, to the End of the Reign of
Henry the Eighth ( 1809; repr. 1965). Original title
( 1548): The Union of the Two Noble and Illustre
Famelies of Lancastre & Yorke. See further Ch. 1 n. 7.
Holinshed Raphael Holinshed, Holinshed's Chronicles, ed. R. S.
Wallace and Alma Hansen ( 1923; repr. 1978). See fur-
ther Ch. 1 n. 6. Text of 2nd edn. ( 1587).
Legnano Giovanni da Legnano [John of Legnano], Tractatus
de bello, de represaliis et de duello, ed. Thomas
Erskine Holland ( 1917). See further Ch. 3 n. 83.
LW Maurice H. Keen, The Laws of War in the Late
Middle Ages ( 1965).

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