Jean Froissart was a French-speaking medieval author and court historian from
the Low Countries, who wrote several works, including Chronicles and Meliador,
Jean Froissart, (born 1333?, Valenciennes, Brabant—died c. 1400, Chimay,
Hainaut) medieval poet and court historian whose Chronicles of the 14th century
Jean Froissart's Chroniques cover the period from around 1326 to around 1400
and are the single most important contemporary prose narrative about the first ...
Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Jean Froissart was born in Valenciennes (c.
1337) and came to England in 1361 where he joined the entourage of Edward ...
Jean Froissart (c 1333 - c 1410) was one of the leading historians of the late
Middle Ages. He traveled widely including England, Scotland, Italy and the Low ...
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Jehan or Jean Froissart (c. 1337 – c. 1405) was a chronicler, romancer and poet
from the County of Hainaut. His magnum opus, the Chroniques, records the ...
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Contained in these pages is a literal transcription of the Thomas Jhones
translation of the Chronicles of England, France, etc. of Sir John Froissart, as