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A Bishop and his Diocese : politics, government, and careers in Hereford and Winchester dioceses, 1282-1317

@inproceedings{Richardson2016ABA,
  title={A Bishop and his Diocese : politics, government, and careers in Hereford and Winchester dioceses, 1282-1317},
  author={James Richardson},
  year={2016}
}
The present study explores two late thirteenth-century bishops’ registers, one from Hereford diocese, the other from Winchester, in order to shed light on the act of registration during this period. In doing so, the thesis aims to further current understanding of registers and develop new methodologies for their use in historical research. Where previous studies only focus on one particular type of record in a register, such as charters, each chapter of this thesis examines a different type of… 
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