Chronicle and Historical Literature

  • An Anglo-Norman Brut (Royal 13.A.xxi), ed. Alexander Bell. Oxford: Anglo-Norman Text Society, 1969.
  • The Anglo-Norman Pseudo-Turpin Chronicle of William de Briane, ed. Ian Short. Oxford: Anglo-Norman Text Society, 1973.
  • The Anonimalle Chronicle; written in the fourteenth century in northern England. There are several modern editions:
    • The Anonimalle Chronicle, 1307 to 1334, from Brotherton Collection MS 29, ed. Wendy R. Childs and John Taylor. Leeds: Yorkshire Archaeological Society, 1991. Anglo-Norman with facing-page translation in English.
    • The Anonimalle Chronicle, 1333-1381 from a MS written at St. Mary’s Abbey, York, and now in the possession of Lt.-Col. Sir William Ingleby, Bart., ed. V.H. Galbraith. Manchester: The University Press, 1927. Anglo-Norman only.
  • The Crusade and Death of Richard I, ed. R.C. Johnston. Oxford: Anglo-Norman Text Society, 1961.
  • La Destructioun de Rome, ed. Luciano Formisano, London: Anglo-Norman Text Society Plain Text Series 8, 1990.
  • Fouke le Fitz Waryn, ed. E.J. Hathaway, P.T. Ricketts, C.A. Robson, and A.D. Wilshere. Oxford: Basil Blackwell/Anglo-Norman Text Society, 1975.
  • Gaimar, Geoffrey, L’Estoire des Engleis, ed. Alexander Bell. Oxford: Anglo-Norman Text Society, 1960.
  • Geffrei Gaimar. Estoire des Engleis: History of the English. Ed. and Trans. Ian Short. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009.
  • Geste des Engleis en Yrlande: A New Edition of the Chronicle Formerly Known as the Song of Dermot and the Earl, trans. and ed. Evelyn Mullally. Dublin: Four Courts, 2002.
  • Grey, Thomas, Scalacronica: The Reigns of Edward I, Edward II, and Edward III, trans. Right Hon. Sir Herbert Maxwell. Glasgow: J. Maclehose and Sons, 1907.
  • Histoire de Guillaume le Maréchal, vol. 1, ed. A.J. Holden, S. Gregory, and D. Crouch.  London: Anglo-Norman Text Society, 2002.
  • Histoire de Guillaume le Maréchal, ed. Paul Meyer, 3 vols. Paris: Librairie Renouard, 1891.
  • Jordan Fantosme’s Chronicle, ed., trans., and notes by R.C. Johnston. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1981.
  • “The Mohun Chronicle: An Introduction, Edition and Translation,” ed. and trans. by John Spence. Nottingham Medieval Studies 55 (2011): 149-215.
  • Pierre de Langtoft: Le Règne d’Edouard I, ed. Jean-Claude Thiolier. Créteil: Université de Paris, 1999.
  • Wace, Roman de Brut: A History of the English: Text and Translation, ed. and trans. Judith Weiss. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 1999.
  • Wace, Roman de Rou, trans. Glyn S. Burgess; with the text of Anthony  Holden, and notes by Glyn S. Burgess and Elisabeth van Houts. St. Helier: Société Jersiaise, 2002.