Hamilton, who was the first to identify the Magdalen College manuscript as an autograph, in the Rolls series in 1870, and for whose work Winterbottom has only praise.
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RS stands for Rolls Series (Oxford Rolls Series, used by historians in bibliographies)
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This makes the book accessible to the Latinless--it will doubtless be quarried for term papers aplenty--as well as to those capable of following up the innumerable references to the seven fat Rolls Series volumes of Materials for the History of Thomas Becket, published between 1875 and 1885.
The editing continued with the Chronicle of Ralph of Coggeshall for the Rolls Series and two volumes of Scottish documents for the Lord Clerk Register in Edinburgh.
The edition published in the Rolls Series by Joseph Stevenson in 1858 did not 'bear detailed criticism': its editor lacked knowledge of Old English diplomatic, gave false readings, misattributed place names, and adopted a faulty plan for the whole edition by failing to use the earliest manuscript as its basis.
This edition, with a parallel translation, of Symeon of Durham's history of the church of Durham from its foundation in 995 to 1096 replaces that of Thomas Arnold published in the Rolls Series in 1882-5.
Brigstocke Sheppard and published between 1879 and 1885 in the Rolls Series collection of Materials for the History of Thomas Becket.
Scholars have waited for over a century for a full and critical edition of Henry of Huntingdon's Historia Axglorum, to replace the incomplete version printed by Thomas Arnold in the Rolls Series in 1879.
4)Trevisa is cited from the Rolls Series edition: Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden, ed.