To the bibliography of online works in the 2nd ed. of Sources and Debates should be added:
- The Court of Chivalry, 1634-1640, whose records have been edited at the University of Birmingham by Dr Richard Cust and Dr Andrew Hopper over the period 2003-6.
And, because I keep being drawn to telling examples from The Ends of Life: Roads to Fulfillment in Early Modern England, by Keith Thomas (Oxford University Press, 2009) (see earlier posting), one might mention the following from his "Arms and the Man" chapter: "In 1513 virtually all fit members of the nobility turned out for Henry VIII's campaign in France, in the same way as their ancestors had done for Henry V at Agincourt." (47) No waning, then?