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104 The events are described in St. Albans, pp. 80–85; and also in an English transcription of the same work, the “Transcript of a Chronicle in the Harleian Library of Mss No. 6217, entitled ‘A Historical Relation of certain passages about the end of King Edward the Third and of his Death’,” ed. Thomas Amyot, in Archaeologia 22 (1829), 204–84, at pp. 253–9; a rather diﬀerent version of the events can be found in Walsingham’s Historia Anglicana, ed. T. Riley, (RS 28) (London, 1863–76), 1:235; an independent account of the incident can be found in the Anonimalle Chronicle, ed.
When Wyclif ’s party reached the Lady Chapel where the hearing was to occur, Gaunt, Percy, and the assembled bishops were seated, and then Percy advised Wyclif to sit as well. This remark angered Courtenay, who immediately responded that it was contrary to law and reason that one who had been summoned before the bishop for questioning should sit. This quickly developed into a loud argument between Percy and Courtenay, and then Gaunt joined in as well. He threatened Courtenay, telling him that his parents would not be able to help him, to which the bishop replied that he put Wycliﬃtes in England and at the Council of Constance,” in Huntington Library Quarterly 61 (1998), 1–28, at p.
Since students normally entered Oxford at fourteen or ﬁfteen, this would suggest that Wyclif was born c. 1335. 31 This means that Wyclif might have matriculated any year between 1346 and 1350, depending on how much progress he was able to make in his studies during the disruption. 32 However, as already noted, in William Courtenay’s analysis of the impact of the Black Death on Oxford, he found little evidence of severe disruption and a strikingly low mortality rate among university scholars, Austin Friars, pp.