Laurence Minot (poet)

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Laurence Minot (1300? – 1352?) was an English poet. Nothing definite is known of him. It has been suggested that he was a cousin of Thomas Minot, Archbishop of Dublin 1363-75.[1] He may have been a soldier. Eleven poems are attributed to him, all of which appear uniquely in London: British Library, MS Galba E. ix. In them, he celebrates in northern English and with a somewhat ferocious patriotism the victories of Edward III over the Scots and the French.


  1. ^ Ball. F. Elrington The Judges in Ireland 1221-1921 John Murray London 1926 Vol.i p.81

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