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W. Southern, Robert Grosseteste. The Growth of an English Mind in Medieval Europe (Oxford, 1992), 69–70. Matthew Paris, English History, 128–9: ‘All the scholars there assembled should proceed on foot, in company with the bishops, also on foot, from St. Paul’s church, which was nearly a mile distant from the abode of the legate, until they reached the abode of the bishop of Carlisle, and from thence should go . . to the abode of the legate, where they would humbly ask pardon, which would be granted them, and they would become reconciled’.

15. 44. , i. 264. According to Emden he may also be the same as J. de B. who was rector of Axminster in 1277. 45. , i. 530–31. More speculatively, it is possible to suggest that the magister Thomas de Liccefeld who was commended to the church of Bluntisham by Bishop Gravesend in 1273 was the same as Thomas de Liccefeld held with Odo de Kilkenny in the Tower of London. Similarly, the Robert de Leicester subdiaconus presented as rector of Eastwell in 1239–40 and the magister Robert de Leicester who resigned as rector of Sproxton Portions in 1244–5, may be the Robert de Leicester arrested and held in connection with the Oseney riot.

At the time of his arrest he was attended by at least two servants. On May 23 the king ordered the release ‘of the horses and all the harness of magister Odo de Kilkenny and of his men . . to master William de Kilkenny or his appointed representative’, CCR 1237–42, 55: ‘Mandatum est vicecomiti Oxonie quod equos et totum hernesium Magistri Odonis de Kylkenn’ et suorum et omnes res suas que remanserunt in custodia sua tradi faciat sine dilatione Magistro Willelmo de Kylkenn’ vel ejus certo nuntio’.

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