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As already noted, in 1361, he received the living of Fillingham in 60 For a brief biography of Simon of Sudbury, see Simon Walker, “Simon Sudbury,” in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 53: 271–73. 61 Holmes, Good Parliament, pp. 49–56; Anthony Goodman, John of Gaunt: The Exercise of Princely Power in Fourteenth-Century Europe, (New York, 1992), pp. 53–55. 62 Thomas Rymer, Foedera, Conventiones, Literae, et Cujuscunque Generis Acta Publica, (London, 1709), 3:1037, 1072; Pantin, English Church, pp.
106 The presence of theologians, rather than lawyers, in Wyclif ’s defense is unusual; see Kelly, “Trial Procedures,” p. 4. 107 The Anonimalle Chronicle presents the conﬂict diﬀerently, saying that Gaunt ordered Percy to arrest those who opposed Wyclif, which prompted Courtenay to threaten to excommunicate whomever tried to arrest anyone in the cathedral. It omits the quarrel over seating; Anonimalle, p. 103. It is diﬃcult to square the two diﬀerent accounts of the events. The Anonimalle version of the exchange between Percy and Courtenay makes more sense, but historians have generally accepted Walsingham’s version as the more accurate, perhaps because it goes into more detail.
23–27. Workman argues that Wyclif ’s failure to provide a vicar was not due to a lack of concern but rather to an inability to ﬁnd a suitable vicar owing to the problems created by the Black Death, a reasonable but entirely speculative argument. 66 Wyclif, De veritate 26, 3:37. 64 20 andrew e. 68 While Wyclif may have been being pragmatic early in his career, it is hard to avoid the sense that his later denunciations have an odor of hypocrisy to them. 72 The timing of the grant is interesting, because it comes just before Wyclif ’s ﬁrst deﬁnite act of service to the Crown, namely the second Bruges delegation.