J. R. S. Phillips

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John Roland Seymour Phillips is a British historian. He did a Doctor of Philosophy degree at the University of London in 1967, on the subject of the 14th-century Earl of Pembroke, Aymer de Valence.[1] Later he published a book on the same subject. Phillips was head of the department of medieval history, at the University College Dublin.[2] Today he is professor emeritus at that school.[3] In 2010, Phillips contributed a volume on King Edward II to the Yale English Monarchs series.


  1. ^ Phillips, J.R.S. (1972). Aymer de Valence, Earl of Pembroke 1307–1324. Oxford: Oxford University Press. p. viii. ISBN 0-19-822359-5. OCLC 426691.
  2. ^ "The Medieval Expansion of Europe". Oxford University Press. Retrieved 2009-08-01.
  3. ^ "Ireland, England and the Continent in the Middle Ages and Beyond". UCD Press. Retrieved 2009-08-01.

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