Harrap Bibliography

List of References

Manuscripts

British Library, London
 Additional MS. 6157.
 Additional MS. 40740.
 Additional MS. 57950.
 Cotton MS. Vitellus A XVIII.
 Egerton MS. 1067.
 Harleian MS. 873.
 Harleian MS. 955.
 Harleian MS. 2892.

Trinity College, Cambridge
 MS. B.11.9.

Cambridge University Library
 MS. Ii.iii.8.
 MS. Mm. III. 21.

Bodleian Library, Oxford
 MS. Bodley 649.
 MS. Lat. Liturg. F. 25.
 MS. Rawl. Liturg. D. 5.


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Anon. Quid significet duodecim candelae. In Patrologia Latina 131, edited by J.P. Migne, cols. 845–886. Paris, 1853.

Andrieu, Michel. Le Pontifical Romain au Moyen Age. 4 vols. Vatican City: Biblioteca apostolica vaticana, 1938-1941.

Archer, Margaret, ed. The Register of Bishop Philip Repingdon (1405-1419). 3 vols. Hereford: Lincoln Record Society, 1963-1982.

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delle Colonne, Guido. Historia destructionis Troiae. Edited by Nathaniel Griffin. Cambridge, MA: Mediaeval Academy of America, 1936.

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