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Lollard knightslocked

(act. c. 1380–c. 1414)
  • Charles Kightly

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Lollard knights (act.c. 1380–c. 1414), is the name conventionally given to a close-knit group of influential courtiers, accused by contemporary chroniclers of promoting heretical Lollard doctrines during the reigns of Richard II and Henry IV. The Leicester chronicler Henry Knighton (writing during the 1380s) names ...

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