Secular Power

This collection of primary sources on Secular Power in the medieval period accompanies the Secular Power chapter. Curated by Dr Kathryn Dutton, University of Manchester.

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  • [A] John Lydgate's appraisal of King John (c.1450)

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  • [B] Henry of Huntingdon, Historia Anglorum. King Stephen is captured at the Battle of Lincoln, 1141 (c.1230)

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  • [D] King Edgar giving his New Minster charter (966) to Christ (c.970-1250)

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  • [E] King John’s Charter for the Burgesses of Liverpool (28 August 1207)

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  • [H] First leaf of a late-thirteenth century copy of William of Tyre’s Histoire d’Outre Mer (c.1270)

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  • [F] Letter of Bernard of Clairvaux to Melisende of Jerusalem (1143–44)

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  • [G] Ivory binding of the Melisende Psalter representing King David (1131-43)

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  • [C] The ancestry of William the Conqueror from a fourteenth-century English royal genealogy (c.1350)

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