Studies in the early history of Peterborough Abbey c.650 - c.1066

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Studies in the early history of Peterborough Abbey c - c Author: Peterson, Colin Mark Awarding Body: University of Birmingham Current Institution: University of Birmingham Date of Award: Availability of Full Text.

Book Description: In the twelfth century, a version of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle was rewritten at Peterborough Abbey, welding local history into an established framework of national events.

This text has usually been regarded as an exception, a vernacular Chronicle written in a period dominated by Latin histories. In the early twelfth century a vernacular English chronicle was produced at, or for, the abbey of Peterborough. It was an annalistic chronicle, arranged by numbered years. Additions were made to it after its creation; its last entries are numbered to the : Pauline Stafford.

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[For further reading on the Anglo-Saxon history of Peterborough Abbey, see Peterson, C.M., 'Studies in the Early History of Peterborough Abbey c', unpublished Birmingham University PhD thesis, besides at Birmingham University, a printed copy of this is in the Library at Peterborough Cathedral, and Cambridgeshire Libraries has a.

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The rationale of this book is that taking account of many of these beliefs allows a far greater understanding of many of the secular processes of Anglo-Saxon England which have been examined and discussed by historians.

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