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Selected Sources: England


  • General
  • Arthuriana and Anglo-Saxon Britain
  • Norman England
    • The Conquest 1066
    • William I: Administration & the Domesday Book
    • William II
    • Henry I and the Norman Regnum
  • Angevin England
    • Henry II
      • The Man and His Family
      • Thomas Becket
      • Wars
      • Administration and The Origins of Common Law
    • Richard I Lionheart
    • England under Angevin Rule
  • Parliamentary Origins in England
    • Common Law: A Law of Real Property
    • The Barons Revolt and Magna Carta
    • The Struggle of Henry III and His Barons
    • Parliament Coalesces
  • Later Medieval England
    • Government
    • Henry III
    • Edward I
    • Legal Texts
      • Select Pleas
    • Public Violence
    • Social and Economic History
    • Religious Life
    • Yorkists and Lancastrians
    • The Tudor Victory

  • WEB British History Online
    British History Online is a collection of nearly 1300 volumes of primary and secondary content relating to British and Irish history, and histories of empire and the British world. BHO also provides access to 40,000 images and 10,000 tiles of historic maps of the British Isles.

Arthuriana and Anglo-Saxon Britain
  • See Anglo-Saxon England section
    All primary sources previous here are now in their own section.

Norman England
Angevin England
Parliamentary Origins in England
Later Medieval England

NOTES: Links to files at other site are indicated by [At some indication of the site name or location]. No indication means that the text file is local. WEB  indicates a link to one of small number of high quality web sites which provide either more texts or an especially valuable overview.

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