Materials for a History of the Reign of Henry VII 2 Volume Set
William Campbell (1824â€“86) compiled this two-volume work for the Rolls Series between 1873 and 1877. It covers the first five years of the reign of Henry VII, following his accession to the throne after the Battle of Bosworth in 1485. The contemporary material is rich in information regarding Henry's governance and character, including his meticulous approach to financial matters and his penchant for splendour. The volumes bring together a variety of illustrative and carefully transcribed documents, presented in English, Latin and French, taken from a number of sources. Introducing the people who would come to shape the reign, the documents reveal Henry's concern to reward his allies, reflecting the turbulence of the previous decades and the uneasy character of this period. This is a valuable resource for researchers of the early Tudors, providing insight into Henry's reign in its early, and most anxious, stages of development.
Campbell,William (ed.), 2012.
"Materials for a History of the Reign of Henry VII 2 Volume Set,"
Cambridge University Press, number 9781108049122.
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