CHRONICLE OF FROISSART
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i.e. by Sire Jean Froissart. A very valuable, abundant, and lively record of contemporary character and manners, from 1326 to 1400, i.e. about = reigns of Edward III. and Richard III. ; the greater part derived from his own life at the courts of Edward and Philippa, of David Bruce, with the Black Prince in Aquitaine, with the Duke of Clarence in Italy and Amadeus of Savoy (Chaucer and Petrarch being his companions), with the Duke of Brabant, Count of Blois, and Richard II. It is written in Anglo-Norman French.
By Henry Percy Smith