Author:Constance Bullock-Davies

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Menestrellorum Multitudo: Minstrels at a Royal Feast

By: Constance Bullock-Davies

Price: $68.00

Publisher: University Of Wales Press: 1978

Seller ID: 007516

ISBN: 070830656X

Condition: Fine


Fine Hardcover and Near Fine Dust Jacket.Wales: University of Wales, 1978.188 pp. Book. Fine.Clean Hardcover. First Welsh Edition. 8vo .Much about Robert Bruce and the death of John Comyn of Scotland by this fine scholar. A window into Medieval Bardic Castle life. A primary source work for Medieval feasts at a castle in the time of King Edward of England and Robert the Bruce of Scotland. Great Fine hardcover shape. The jacket would be "Fine" too as except for the... View more info

Medium Aevum Vol.XLII No.1 The Form of The Breton Lay

By: Edited J.A.W. Bennett Constance Bullock-Davies Ronald M.Spensley Colin Smith

Price: $69.00

Publisher: Oxford, Oxford: Society for the Study of Medieval Language and literature.: 1973

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 011604

Condition: Very Good


Oxford: Oxford: Society for the Study of Medieval Language and literature. , 1973. Book. Very Good. Trade Paperback. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Fine Medium Aevum Vol.XLII No.1 Original Complete 118pp. Issue First Edition. Scholarly Periodical. Six great Medieval essays plus book reviews make up the volume "Gauvain's Castle of Marvels in the Conte del Graal' by Ronald M.Spensley another Arthurian essay by the famed Constance Bullock-Davi... View more info

Arthurian Literature I An Edition of the Vera Historia de Morte Arthuri

By: Richard Barber Edited Constance Bullock-Davies, Michael Lapidhe, Derek Brewer, Karl Heinz Goller

Price: $39.00

Publisher: Great Britain, D. S. Brewer,: 1981

Edition: First English Edition

Seller ID: 6669

Condition: Fine


Fine True 1981 First Edition Hardcover Clean 173 pp. NO Markings NOT a library copy Not the later glossy edition. No jacket included. Among the five fine Arthurian essays is one on the Arthuriad of Charles Williams, 'From Logres to Carbonek' and two on the little known "Vera Historia de Morte Arthuri" One the actual text with translation. Besides the exciting account of Arthur's battle with Modred is the position of Avalon being in Gwynedd and an account of Welsh... View more info