This work reexamines the political and military aspects of the Revolution of 1399. It argues that Henry of Lancaster was not the qall conqueringq hero of 1399 and that Richard II worked with all his faculties to outmaneuver his cousin politically rather than simply accept his fate and deposition with resignation.10 Oct. 1397 George Carrington, Gt. of 100 s p. a. as the king retained his services for life (p. 86) 10 Oct. 1397 William de Crewe, Gt. of 100 s p.a. as the king retained his services for life (p. 131) 20 Sept. 1398 Thomas del Croke, Gt. of 10 marksanbsp;...
|Title||:||Three Armies in Britain|
|Publisher||:||Brill Academic Pub - 2006|