A Mediaeval Burglary
March 24, 2007 10:16 AM Subscribe
A Mediaeval Burglary (alternate formats, wikipedia)
is a 24-page lecture transcript from 1915 about a little known burglary of King Edward I's treasure room in 1303. It is a real-life medieval mystery with interesting characters, scandal, cover-up, and an accurate feel of the times from a ground-up perspective, as told in a smoky Victorian library about 100 years ago. Entertaining, includes a hand-drawn map and two relevant manuscript pages.
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