Instruction for a ruler = De principis instructione
Gerald of Wales ; edited and translated by Robert Bartlett
"Gerald of Wales was an ecclesiastic, a servant and critic of the Angevin kings, and a prolific and vitriolic writer. Born in Pembrokeshire of mixed Norman and Welsh blood in the middle years of the twelfth century, he was appointed archdeacon of Brecon in 1175, but that was the highest office...
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Oxford University Press,
|Series:||Oxford medieval texts|
|Physical Description:||lxviii, 801 pages : genealogical tables ; 23 cm.|
|ISBN(s):||0198738625 : cloth|
9780198738626 : cloth
|General note:||Edition and translation of Gerald of Wales's De instructione principum.|
|Language note:||Text in Latin with English translation on facing pages; introduction and notes in English.|
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