Froissart (c. 1337 – c. 1405) was an important chronicler of medieval France. Froissart's Chronicles covers the years 1322 until 1400 and describes the conditions which created the Hundred Years' War and the first fifty years of the conflict.
Bartleby.com: The Chronicles of Froissart
Complete text of Berner's 1909 translation for the Harvard Classics series, divided by book and chapter.
Catholic Encyclopedia: Jean Froissart
Biography of the French historian and poet from the 1911 edition.
The Chronicles of Froissart
Complete hypertext of the 1910 translation by John Bourchier, Lord Berners, provided by the Internet Medieval Sourcebook.
Tales from Froissart
Includes short biography, original French texts, and selections from an 1849 edition of the Thomas Johnes translation (1805). Includes images, thematic index, and related links. Edited by Steve Muhlberger at Nipissing University.
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