Richard of Cirencester (d. 1401)

Richard of Cirencester, an English chronicler, born at Cirencester; flourished in the 14th century; was a monk in the Benedictine monastery of St. Peter, Westminster; wrote a History of England from 447 to 1066; for long the reputed author of a remarkable work on Roman Britain, now proved to be a forgery; (d. 1401).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Richard III. * Richards, Alfred Bate
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Ricardo, David
Ricasoli, Baron
Ricci, Lorenzo
Ricci, Matteo
Riccio, David
Rice, James
Rich, Edmund
Richard I.
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Richard of Cirencester
Richards, Alfred Bate
Richardson, Sir Benjamin Ward
Richardson, Charles
Richardson, Sir John, M.D.
Richardson, Samuel
Richelieu, Armand-Jean Duplessis, Cardinal de
Richmond, Legh
Richter, Jean Paul Friedrich
Richthofen, Baron von