- Frank Barlow (historian)
Frank Barlow (born 1911) is a British historian, known particularly for biographies of medieval figures. He has been Emeritus Professor of History, since 1977, at the
University of Exeter[ [http://www.admin.exeter.ac.uk/calendar/live/council/emeritus.htm The University of Exeter - Calendar 2007/2008 - Emeritus Professors ] ] .
He was Professor of History at Exeter, 1953-76; and a Fellow of both the
British Academyand the Royal Society of Literature. [ [http://www.rslit.org/fellows.htm RSL Fellows ] ] He was awarded the CBEfor services to medieval history in 1989.
*"The Feudal Kingdom of England"
*"The Life of King Edward Who Rests at Westminster" (1962, 2nd edition 1992)
*"Edward the Confessor" (1972)
*"The English Church 1066-1154" (1979)
*"The Norman Conquest and Beyond" (1983)
*"William Rufus" (1983)
*"Thomas Becket" (1986)
*"The Carmen de Hastingae Proelio of Guy Bishop of Amiens" (1999), editor and translator
*"The Godwins: The Rise and Fall of a Noble Dynasty" (2002)
*"Writing Medieval Biography, 750-1250: Essays in Honour of Frank Barlow"
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