|Series||St Anthony"s Hall Publications -- No 4|
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Founded in , the Canterbury & York Society has published nearly a hundred volumes concerned with the records of the English church in the middle ages. They include the great series of bishops' registers, unique to England among all the churches of Western Europe, which reflect in remarkable detail the administration of their dioceses. Canterbury And York Series Canterbury And York Series by. Download it Canterbury And York Series books also available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format for read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Comprises the registers of the various English provinces and dioceses.. Click Download for free books. The Canterbury and York Society is a British text publication society founded in It publishes scholarly editions of English medieval (pre-Reformation) ecclesiastical records, notably episcopal registers. Canterbury & York Society For over a hundred years the Canterbury and York Society has been pre-eminent in the publication of editions of English medieval ecclesiastical records. Since the Society has been producing volumes which are lasting works of scholarship, used and enjoyed by both amateur and professional historians.
The Canterbury and York Society was founded in for the purpose of publishing medieval bishops' registers and other ecclesiastical records. Through its work it has published nearly volumes and more than fifty complete registers (some in several volumes). The Canterbury Tales Edited with an Introduction and Notes by JILL MANN PENGUIN BOOKS PENGUIN BOOKS Published by the Penguin Group Penguin Books Ltd, 80 Strand, London WC2R 0RL, England Penguin Group (USA) Inc., Hudson Street, New York, New York , USA Penguin Books Canada Ltd, 10 Alcorn Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada m4v 3b2. Supplement to the Guide to Bishops' Registers of England and Wales. In Professor David Smith published his Guide to Bishops' Registers of England and Wales: A survey from the Middle Ages to the Abolition of Episcopacy in (Royal Historical Society - Guides and Handbooks series).To help mark the Centenary of the Canterbury and York Society in , Professor Smith has produced a. Canterbury and York Series, volume 2. Latin transcript. A. T. Bannister The Register of Adam de Orleton, Bishop of Hereford (A. D. ) () (Google Books [Hints and tips]) Cantilupe Society/Canterbury and York Society, volume 5. Latin transcript, with an introduction. [Other copies at: Internet Archive - Text Archive: 1 ; 2.] Lincoln.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jacob, E.F. (Ernest Fraser), Medieval registers of Canterbury and York. London: St. Anthony's Press, Canterbury and York Society: 1 volume: Registrum Henrici Woodlock Diocesis Wintoniensis: Canterbury and York Society: 1 volume: Registrum Honoris de Morton [Register of the Honour of Morton] Bannatyne Club: 1 volume: Registrum Johannis de Pontissara, Episcopi Wyntoniensis: Canterbury and York Series: 2 volumes: Registrum Johannis Gilbert. Canterbury and York Society ; Vols, 71, 76 Canterbury and York Society, Canterbury and York Society, ISSN X Volume of DE) Canterbury and York Society The Register of William Melton, Archbishop of York, , Rosalind M. T. Hill: Author: Catholic Church. Province of York (England). Archbishop ( Melton. For locations and publications see , Guide to the Bishops' Registers of England and Wales; a survey from the Middle Ages to the abolition of episcopacy in (), brought up to date in , Supplement to the Guide to Bishops' Registers (Canterbury and York Society, ). Medieval .