Biography

Nicholas Vincent has published a dozen books and some hundred academic articles on various aspects of English and European history in the 12th and 13th centuries, having arrived at Norwich via Oxford, Cambridge, Paris and Canterbury. He is currently finishing an edition of the charters of the Plantagenet kings and queens from Henry II to King John, and leads a major project researching the background to Magna Carta. He is a Fellow of the British Academy.

He teaches courses in medieval European History and the Crusades, and a 3rd year special subject on the Norman Conquest of England. He is happy to supervise graduate students in most subjects relating to English and European history 1000-1300AD.

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Vincent, N.

(2015)

The Use and Abuse of Anglo-Saxon Charters by the Kings of England, 1100-1300

In: The Twelfth-Century View of the Anglo-Saxon Past.

Ashgate

pp. 191-228

ISBN 978-1-4724-2817-2

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Vincent, N.

(2015)

La Normandie dans les chartes de Henri II Plantagenet : Archives, intentions et conséquences

In: Penser les mondes normands médiévaux, 911-2011.

Caen: Presses Universitaires de Caen

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Vincent, N.

(2014)

Magna Carta: The Foundation of Freedom 1215-2015

Third Millennium Publishing Ltd

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Vincent, N.

(2014)

David Knowles and The Monastic Order in England: Arcadia Regained?

In: Keeping the Rule : David Knowles and the Writing of History.

pp. 41-115

ISBN 978-1-898663-55-3

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Vincent, N.

(2013)

Norman Charters from English Sources: Archives, Antiquaries and the Rediscovery of the Anglo-Norman Past

Pipe Roll Society

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Vincent, N.

(2013)

William of Newburgh, Josephus and the New Titus

In: Christians and Jews in Angevin England : The York Massacre of 1190, Narratives and Contexts.

Boydell Press

pp. 57-90

ISBN 978-1903153444

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Vincent, N.

(2013)

The Will of Giordano Pironti, Cardinal Deacon of SS. Cosma e Damiano (d.1269)

in Rivista di storia della Chiesa in Italia

67.

pp. 373-96

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Vincent, N.

(2013)

‘The Great Lost Library of England’s Medieval Kings? Royal Use and Ownership of Books, 1066-1272’

In: 1000 Years of Royal Books and Manuscripts.

British Library and Academia Press

pp. 73

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Vincent, N.

(2012)

A Letter to King Henry I from Toulouse

in Journal of Ecclesiastical History

63.

pp. 331-345

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Vincent, N.

(2012)

Magna Carta: A Very Short Introduction

Oxford University Press

ISBN 978-0199582877

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Vincent, N.

(2012)

Beyond Becket : King Henry II and the Papacy (1154-1189)

In: Pope Alexander III (1159–81) : The Art of Survival.

Ashgate

pp. 257-300

ISBN 978-0754662884

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Vincent, N.

(2011)

Where was Magna Carta signed?

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Vincent, N.

(2011)

Who was Eadnoth the Staller?

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Vincent, N.

(2011)

Conclusion: La Rumeur à l'Anglaise

In: La Rumeur au Moyen Age : Du mépris à la manipulation Ve-XVe siècle.

Mayenne

pp. 329-347

ISBN 978-2753512856

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Vincent, N.

(2011)

The English Monasteries and their French Possessions

In: Cathedrals, Communities and Conflict in the Anglo-Norman World.

Boydell Press

pp. 221-39

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Vincent, N.

(2011)

Magna Carta: The Spanish Connection

In: El trienio que hizo a Europa.

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Vincent, N.

(2011)

More Tales of the Conquest

In: Normandy and Its Neighbours, 900-1250 : Essays for David Bates.

Brepols

pp. 271-301

ISBN 9782503520629

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Vincent, N.

(2011)

Sources and Methods: Some Anglo: German Comparisons

In: Princely Rank in Late Medieval Europe.

Thorbecke

pp. 119-38

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Vincent, N.

(2010)

When Did the Pope Rule England?

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Vincent, N.

(2010)

A Brief History of Britain: 1066-1485

Robinson Publishing

ISBN 978-1845293963

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Key Research Interests

Research interests - English and European history in the 12th and 13th centuries, including relics and religion and charters and diplomatic.