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0000 0000 7979 7120
Name: 
Hidgen, Ranulph
Higden, Ralph
Higden, Ranulf,
Higden, Ranulfus
Higden, Ranulph
Higden, Renulph
Higdon, Ranulf
Higdon, Ranulph
Hikeden, Ranulph
Hyden, Ranulph
Hygden, Ranulphus
Hykeden, Ranulphus
Radulfus (de Hyden)
Ranulphus, Hygeden
Dates: 
1280?-1364
Creation class: 
cre
Language material
Manuscript language material
Text
Creation role: 
author
contributor
Related names: 
Babington, Churchill (1821-1889)
Bryn Mawr College
Caxton, William ca1422 (1491)
Jennings, Margaret
Lumby, Joseph Rawson (1831-1895)
Matsushita, Tomonori
Trevisa, John -1402
Waldron, Ronald
Wilson, Sally A.
松下, 知紀
Titles: 
Ars componendi sermones" of Ranulf Higden, O.S.B., The "
Ars componendi sermones of Ranulph Higden, O.S.B., The
Ars componendi sermones of Ranulphus Higden and Liber de methodo et arte concionandi, by Thoma Aleys or Wallensis or Gaulensis; a reproduction of ms. Bodley 5, in the Bodleian Library at Oxford University]., [The
Caxton : the description of Britain
critical edition of the Ars componendi sermones of Ranulph Higden, A
description of Britain, The
Description of England
Dialogue of Dominus and Clericus
Epistle to Lord Berkeley
Genealogie van de Engelse koningen, van Brutus tot Edward I (1272-1307)
Grete thankynges laude and honour we merytoryously ben bounde to yelde and offre vnto wryters of hystoryes
John Trevisa's translation of the polychronicon of Ranulph Higden : a facsimile of Senshu University Library MS 1
John Trevisa's translation of the Polychronicon of Ranulph Higden, Book VI : an edition based on British Library MS Cotton Tiberius D. VII
John Trevisa's translation of the "Polychronicon" of Ranulph Higden, book VI : an edititon based on British Library MS Cotton Tiberius D. VII
John Trevisa's translation of the "Polychronicon" of Ranulph Higden, book VI, cop. 2004:
Liber de methodo et arte concionandi
Life of Christ (Middle English poem)
Magister Gregorius (12e ou 13e siècle)
Narracio de mirabilibus urbis Rome
Policronicon.
Polychronicon de rebus Britannicis & Hibernicis, usque ad Conquestum.
Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden monachi Cestrensis; together with the english translation of John Trevisa and of an unknown writer of the fiftenth century.
Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden monachi Cestrensis; together with the English translations of John Trevisa and of an unknown writer of the fifteenth century.
Polychronicon Ranulphi Higdin, monachi Cestrensis : together with the English translations of John Trevisa and of a unknown writer of the fifteenth century
Polychronicon : Tokyo, Senshu University library, MS 1
Polycronicon.Trad. John Trevisa. Suite 1357-1460 par William Caxton, [Défet]
Ranulph Higden Speculum Curatorum
stanzaic life of Christ compiled from Higden's Polychronicon and the Legenda aurea, A
universal chronicle of Ranulf Higden, The
William Caxton and the 1482 Polychronicon
Wynkyn de Worde & his contemporaries, 1925:
Notes: 
Typescript
Thesis (Ph. D.)--Bryn Mawr College, 1970
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