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Anthony Goodman (1936-2016) was an English professor emeritus of medieval and renaissance history at the University of Edinburgh. His main field of interest was late medieval England, and he published books on subjects such as John of Gaunt and the Wars of the Roses.
Anthony Goodman, James L. Gillespie. Richard II (1377-1399) was deposed and probably murdered at the end of a dramatic kingship characterized by the struggle between royal authority and the power of the great magnates of the land
Anthony Goodman, James L. Oxford University Press, 2003 - History - 312 pages. Richard II (1377-1399) was deposed and probably murdered at the end of a dramatic kingship characterized by the struggle between royal authority and the power of the great magnates of the land. Richard faced down the leaders of the Peasant Revolt of 1381 when aged only 14 but found the magnates much harder to vanquish. 1399 saw the nadir of his royal power in the Merciless Parliament.
The re-assessment of the character and practice of medieval kingship is a lively academic subject. 1. Introduction 2. Richard II in the Chronicles 3. The Kingship of Richard II 4. Richard II's Councils 5. Richard II and the Church 6. Richard II and the Higher Nobility 7. Richard II and London 8. Finance and Trade under Richard II 9. Richard II and the Wider Realm 10. Richard II and the House of Luxembourg 11. Richard II and the Literary Arts 12. Richard II and the Visual Arts Bibliography Contributors. Richard II: The Art of Kingship.
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Anthony Goodman and James L. Gillespie, eds. New York: Oxford University Press. Recommend this journal. Journal of British Studies.
George B. Stow, James L. Gillespie, Anthony Goodman. Published: 1 January 2000. Albion, Volume 32; doi:10.
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