Reginald Lane Poole

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Reginald Lane Poole (1857–1939) was a British historian. He was Keeper of the Archives and a lecturer in diplomacy at the University of Oxford,[1] where he gave the Ford Lectures in 1912 on the subject of "The Exchequer in the Twelfth Century". Son of Reginald Stuart Poole (1832–95): the "Lane" in his surname comes from his paternal grandmother Sophia Lane Poole, author of An Englishwoman in Egypt (1844). Father of Austin Lane Poole (1889–1963), also a historian and Ford's Lecturer. Brother of Stanley Lane-Poole, nephew of Reginald Stuart Poole, great-nephew of Edward William Lane.

He edited, among other works, with W. Hunt, Political History of England (twelve volumes, 1905–10). New International Encyclopedia

His works include:

  • History of the Huguenots of the Dispersion (1880)
  • Illustrations of the History of Modern Thought (1884)
  • Wycliffe and Movements for Reform (1889)
  • Historical Atlas of Modern Europe (1897–1902)
  • Lectures on the History of the Papal Chancery (1915)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "POOLE, Reginald Lane". Who's Who, 59: pp. 1414–1415. 1907. 

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