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A chronicle of the Kings of England from the time of the Romans government, to the death of King James the first. By Sir Richard Baker, Knt. With a continuation to the year 1660. By E. Phillips. Whereto will be added, a second continuation, ... By an impartial hand. by

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Published by printed for Samuel Ballard; Benjamin Motte; Richard Williamson; Samuel Birt; John Stagg; [and 2 others in London] in London .
Written in English


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ContributionsPhillips, Edward, 1630-1696?.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[22],918,[12]p.,plate
Number of Pages918
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19315491M

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Chronicles of English history were presented both in codex (book) and roll form. The rolls were ideally suited to the presentation of history as line of royal succession, and gained considerable popularity in medieval England. Forty genealogical chronicles of English kings survive from the period. The Gesta Regum Anglorum (Latin for "Deeds of the Kings of the English"), originally titled De Gestis Regum Anglorum ("On the Deeds of the Kings of the English") and also anglicized as The Chronicles or The History of the Kings of England, is an earlyth-century history of the kings of England by William of is a companion work of his Gesta Pontificum Anglorum (Deeds of the. England in the age of Elizabeth would surely not have developed as it did, under the aegis of a different sovereign” (Kings & Queens, 8). Baker’s principal and best-known work “collected with so great care and diligence, that if all other of our chronicles are lost, this only . THE HISTORY OF THE KINGS OF ENGLAND, BOOK 1. CHAPTER 1: Of the arrival of the Angles, and of the Kings of Kent [A.D. ] In the year of the incarnation of our Lord , Angles and Saxons first came into Britain; and although the cause of their arrival is universally known, it may not be improper here to subjoin it: and, that the design of my work may be the more manifest, to begin even from.