Bibliography of Anglo-Norman Primary Sources
An annotated bibliography, organized alphabetically per AND siglum/abbreviation, of all known Anglo-Norman primary sources available to the AND. Press on a letter to view the sources beginning with the letter.
References are given to Ruth J. Dean and Maureen B.M Boulton, Anglo-Norman Literature: A Guide to Texts and Manuscripts, ANTS Occasional Publications Series 3, London, 1999, and links to the DEAF open on the Complément bibliographique of the Dictionnaire Étymologique de l'Ancien Français website.
Anglo-Norman in charters and documents from Bronwydd referring to the barony of Kemeys
Sir Thomas Davies Lloyd, Baronia de Kemeys from the Original Documents at Bronwydd, Archaeologia Cambrensis, London, 1862.
Notes: A-N pp. 62-63 (1351), 64-66 (1373), 68 (1377), 77 (1377), 82-90 (b.1380), 130-33.
A-N inscription on the font of Keysoe church
IN: Chris Pickford, Bedfordshire Churches in the Nineteenth Century, Part II: Harlington to Roxton, Bedfordshire Historical Record Society 77, Bedford, 1998, p. 405.
Two A-N poems in the Kildare MS (BL Harley 913)
Thorlac Turville-Petre, Poems from BL MS Harley 913, ‘The Kildare Manuscript’, Early English Text Society O.S. 345, Oxford, 2015.
(I) Alliterative proverbs attributed to Maurice fitz Thomas, earl of Desmond; 1331-33 (pp. 21-22); Dean: 271; previously published in Rel Ant ii 256.
(II) The Walling of New Ross; 1265 (pp. 76-83); Dean: 58; Previously published in New Ross.
Notes: Provides a separate glossary of the Anglo-Norman vocabulary (pp. 168-73).
George Osborne Sayles, Select Cases in the Court of King’s Bench, 7 vols, Selden Society 55, 57, 58, 74, 76, 82 and 88, London, 1936-71.
Details: i-iii (Selden Society 55, 57 and 58): Edward I (1272-1307)
iv (Selden Society 74): Edward II (1307-27)
v-vi (Selden Society 76-82): Edward III (1327-77)
vii (Selden Society 88): Richard II, Henry IV, Henry V (1377-1422)
Notes: Contains a considerable number of A-N documents, as well as Latin and M.E. material.
King’s Council England
James F. Baldwin, The King’s Council in England During the Middle Ages, Oxford, 1913.
Notes: Previously King’s Council2.
Contains mainly A-N documents in the appendices (pp. 465-525).
King’s Council Ireland
Roll with A-N documents, preserved amongst the private muniments of the Marquis of Ormonde
James Graves, A Roll of the Proceedings of the King’s Council in Ireland, Rolls Series, London, 1877.
Details: The appendices contain further A-N material from BL, Cotton Titus B.XI (pp. 255-69) (1393-99) and TNA (pp. 314-22) (1345).
Notes: Previously Ireland.
King’s Council ss
Isaac S. Leadam and James F. Baldwin, Select Cases before the King’s Council 1243-1482, Selden Society 35, Cambridge, 1918.
1292-1436 (A-N documents)
Notes: Previously King’s Council and King’s Council1.
Contains a considerable number of A-N documents, as well as Latin and M.E. material.
King’s Ministers Ed III
A-N documents from the Chancery Warrants
H. G. Richardson and George Sayles, ‘The King’s Ministers in Parliament, 1272-1377: III. The Parliaments of Edward III’, English Historical Review 47 (1932), 377-97 (pp. 380-81, n.6 and 389, n.5).
John Horace Round, The King’s Serjeants and Officers of State with their Coronation Services, London, 1911.
Notes: Contains A-N excerpts.
R. Allen Brown, H. M. Colvin and A. J. Taylor, The History of the King’s Works, Vols 1-2: The Middle Ages, London, 1963.
Notes: No edition, but contains some excerpts from A-N and Latin documents in the footnotes.