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C. E. Beneš

-century monk whose name and tomb were later ascribed to the better-known English Bede: AASS 10 (10 April, vol. 1), pp. 856–64. The relics of Bede the Lesser came to San Benigno in 1225 and remained there through the nineteenth century; around 1880 the skull was taken to Australia by a missionary and presented to Saint John's College (now part of the University of Sydney), which still owns it

in Jacopo Da Varagine’s Chronicle of the city of Genoa
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, tr. Jean Birdsall, and ed. Richard Newhall (New York: Columbia University Press, 1953); Chronicles of the Tumult of the Ciompi , tr. Rosemary Kantor and Louis Green, Monash Publications in History: 7 (Victoria, Australia, 1990 ); there are numerous translations of selections of Froissart; most readily available is the Penguin edition, Chronicles of Froissart

in Popular protest in late-medieval Europe