After Troyes: Privy seal clerks in France and a letter for Thomas Hoccleve

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    In 2020, to mark the 600th anniversary of the Treaty of Troyes, our medieval specialists dug into our records to find out what happened in 1420. In response to our blog, Professor Sebastian Sobecki of the University of Groningen got in touch with the team to share some interesting findings about the clerks who wrote these documents. One year on, Professor Sobecki shares some of his findings in this guest blog.

    Period21-May-2021

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    • TitleAfter Troyes: Privy seal clerks in France and a letter for Thomas Hoccleve
      Degree of recognitionInternational
      Media name/outletThe National Archives (UK)
      Media typeBlog
      Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
      Date21/05/2021
      DescriptionIn 2020, to mark the 600th anniversary of the Treaty of Troyes, our medieval specialists dug into our records to find out what happened in 1420. In response to our blog, Professor Sebastian Sobecki of the University of Groningen got in touch with the team to share some interesting findings about the clerks who wrote these documents. One year on, Professor Sobecki shares some of his findings in this guest blog.
      Producer/AuthorSebastian Sobecki
      URLhttps://blog.nationalarchives.gov.uk/after-troyes-privy-seal-clerks-in-france-and-a-letter-for-thomas-hoccleve/
      PersonsSebastian Sobecki