Annales Paulini

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The Annales Paulini is an English medieval chronicle. The Chronicles of St Paul's, as the Annales Paulini might be translated, is thought to have been written by a canon of St Paul's Cathedral, London. Because it covers the period of 1307-1341 it is invaluable for the history of Edward II's reign. Adam Murimuth was a canon contemporaneously and originally from Oxford, thus intimating the author as his friend.[1]

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  1. ^ Weir, A. Isabella She-wolf of France, Cape, 2003; Notes