The chronicles of Jean le Bel are one of the most important sources for the beginning of the Hundred Years' War. This is the first English translation of a work written from eyewitness accounts and personal experience.SLAUgHTER AT MEAUX 237 As soon as the foreign rescuers appeared in the Beauvaisis and won their first victory, these ... The Count of Foix and the Duke of OrlAcans were there with some two hundred men-at-arms, knights and squires and three ... the gate; and when the noble lords and ladies and damsels saw the size of the mob they were terrified and didna#39;t know what to do or which way to turn .
|Title||:||The True Chronicles of Jean Le Bel, 1290-1360|
|Author||:||Jehan Le Bel, Nigel Bryant|
|Publisher||:||Boydell & Brewer Ltd - 2011|