Record ID:
35057303 (Libraries Australia Authorities)
Authority type:
  • Name.
Description conventions:
  • rda
LC number:
  • n 50035067
  • 1312-11-13
  • Windsor (Windsor and Maidenhead, England)
  • 1377-06-21
  • Richmond upon Thames (London, England)
Associated with:
  • England
  • Kings and rulers Soldiers Art patrons
Used for:
  • Edward, of Windsor, 1312-1377
See also:
  • Bevan, Bryan, Edward III, 1992 p. 1 (born November 13th 1312 at Windsor)
  • Britannica academic edition, 7 April 2014 (Edward III, byname Edward of Windsor (born November 13, 1312, Windsor, Berkshire, England; died June 21, 1377, Sheen, Surrey), king of England from 1327 to 1377, who led England into the Hundred Years' War with France; eldest son of Edward II and Isabella of France; crowned king of England on January 29, 1327, aged 14)
  • Edward III's Round Table at Windsor, 2007
  • English Heritage website, 22 April 2014 Richmond Palace (Richmond Palace; alternative [i.e., earlier] name Sheen Manor House; Richmond Palace, formerly Sheen Palace; Richmond Palace built by Henry VII in 1499-1501 on the site of the manor-house of Sheen, which had been established by at least 1125; two royal residences had previously stood on the site; it is probable that Edward III either built or enlarged a manor house mentioned in 1125, and it was at Sheen that he died in 1377; several rebuilding phases are noted, culminating in a fire, 1499, after which it was rebuilt)
  • Oxford dictionary of national biography, 8 April 2014 (Edward III (1312-1377), king of England and lord of Ireland, and duke of Aquitaine; born at Windsor on 12 November 1312; proclamation announced accession on 24 January 1327; the new reign was formally deemed to begin the next day; crowned 1 February; died at Sheen on 21 June 1377; was known by his contemporaries and honoured by posterity chiefly as a warrior; a commander with active involvement in the administration of war; was also the patron of some of the finest artistic achievements of the day, in particular, his major building works)
  • Packe, Michael. King Edward III, 1983 p. 3 (born in Windsor Castle Monday 13 November 1312) p. 32 (reign began officially on Sunday 25 January 1327; knighted and crowned 1 February) p. 300 (died at Sheen on 21 June 1377)
  • Patrick, Pip. The "obese medieval monk", 2014 p. 63 (St. Mary Graces Abbey, Tower Hill; Cistercian; was situated on East Smithfield, in the modern day borough of Tower Hamlets) p. 64-65 (last Cistercian foundation in Britain; founded by King Edward III in 1350; surrendered to the crown during the Dissolution in 1538-9)
  • Wikipedia, 1 Apr. 2008 (Edward III (13 Nov. 1312 -- 21 June 1377) was one of the most successful English monarchs of the Middle Ages; reigned 25 January 1327 -- 21 June 1377)
  • Wikipedia, 22 April 2014 Richmond Palace (the royal manor of Sheen; Sheen manor; Sheen (spelt anciently Syenes, Schene, Sheanes, Shene, etc.); Edward III died at the manor in 1377; Richard II caused the manor house to be torn down; it lay in ruins until Henry V undertook rebuilding work in 1414; that first, pre-Tudor, version of the palace was known as Sheen Palace; Richmond Palace was erected c. 1501 within the royal manor of Sheen, by Henry VII of England, formerly known by his title Earl of Richmond, after which it was named)
Local system number:
  • (AuPaJTL)161250
  • 000000057606
  • abv00131899
  • (AuCNL)428962
Cataloguing source:
  • DLC eng rda DLC Uk LNT VJTL
Authentication code:
  • kin