"EC2" wrote:I've got and read that one. Makes for deliciously gruesome reading at times! I don't always agree with his conclusions, but in general it's an entertaining and erudite but fun read!
Yes, the foreward (by Sir Reginald Murley) in this edition states that "the inevitably shaky nature of some of the source material means that there must be unavoidable errors in certain parts of such a work".
It really has been very entertaining so far -- I'm about to start on the Edward I chapter.