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Holt, J. C. (James Clarke), 1922-2014

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Personal name headingHolt, J. C. (James Clarke), 1922-2014
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Variant(s)Holt, James C. (James Clarke), 1922-2014
Holt, James, Sir, 1922-2014
Birth date19220426
Death date20140409
Place of birthYorkshire (England)
Field of activityMagna Carta
Great Britain--History--Medieval period, 1066-1485
AffiliationUniversity of Cambridge
University of Reading
University of Nottingham
Profession or occupationHistorians College teachers
Found inHis The northerners, a study in the reign of King John, 1961.
Magna Carta and the idea of liberty, 1982, c1972: CIP t.p. (James C. Holt)
His Magna Carta and medieval government, 1985: CIP t.p. (J.C. Holt) data sheet (b. 1922)
Foundations for the future: the University of Cambridge, 1995 (ed.): t.p. (Sir James Holt DPhil HonDLitt FBA, prof. emeritus of medieval history)
678 field information, May 15, 2014 (M.A. 1947)
LC database, May 15, 2014 (hdg.: Holt, James Clarke; usage: J.C. Holt [predominant form], James C. Holt, Sir James Holt)
Telegraph (online), viewed May 15, 2014 (Sir James Holt; b. James Clarke Holt, Apr. 26, 1922, Yorkshire; d. Apr. 9, 2014; medieval historian who argued that the Magna Carta was, in its time, neither unique nor successful)
Associated languageeng