The Historian as Judge: William of Newburgh and Hubert Walter

@article{Gillingham2004TheHA,
  title={The Historian as Judge: William of Newburgh and Hubert Walter},
  author={John R. Gillingham},
  journal={The English Historical Review},
  year={2004},
  volume={119},
  pages={1275-1287}
}
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