Lanercost Chronicle

The Lanercost Chronicle is a northern English and Scottish history covering the years 1201 to 1346. It covers the Wars of Scottish Independence, but it is also highly tangential and as such provides insights into English life in the thirteenth century as well as Scottish life. It includes Robert the Bruce.

An edition was published in 1839 as Chronicon de Lanercost, by the Maitland Club.



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