Rogerius de Hoveden

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Rogerius de Hoveden, qui saeculo XII exeunte floruit, fuit aulicus regum Anglicorum Henrici II et Ricardi I et particeps tertiae expeditionis sacrae. Latine opus historicum composuit, titulo Chronica, quod Historiae ecclesiasticae Bedae venerabilis continuationem praebet et narrationem utilissimam de temporibus Henrici II et Ricardi I. Nonnulli Rogerium antea scripsisse opus brevius, Gesta Henrici Secundi et Ricardi nomini Benedicti abbatis dependens, arguunt, sed id incertum manet. Episcopus Dunelmensis Hugo de Puteaco fuit ut videtur Rogerii de Hoveden patronus.

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  • "Roger of Hoveden" in The Catholic Encyclopedia: an international work of reference (Novi Eboraci: Appleton, 1907-1914) textus alius
  • "Latin Chroniclers from the Eleventh to the Thirteenth Centuries: Roger of Howden" in The Cambridge History of English and American Literature vol. 1 (1907)
  • Frank Barlow, "Roger of Howden" in English Historical Review vol. 65 (1950)
  • David Corner, "The Earliest Surviving Manuscripts of Roger of Howden's Chronica" in English Historical Review vol. 98 (1983)
  • David Corner, "The Gesta Regis Henrici Secundi and Chronica of Roger, Parson of Howden" in Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research vol. 56 (1983)
  • John Gillingham, "Roger of Howden on Crusade" in D. O. Morgan, ed., Medieval Historical Writing in the Christian and Islamic Worlds (Londinii, 1982) pp. 60-75; commentatio reimpressa in Richard Cœur de Lion: Kingship, Chivalry and War in the Twelfth Century (Londinii, 1994)
  • Antonia Gransden, Historical Writing in England c. 550 - c. 1307 (Londinii: Routledge, 1974) pp. 220-230 (Paginae selectae apud Google Books)
  • D. M. Stenton, "Roger of Howden and Benedict" in English Historical Review vol. 68 (1958) pp. 574-582


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