Brief biography from The Electronic Grosseteste.
Neil Lewis, ‘Robert Grosseteste‘ in The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Francis Urquhart, ‘Robert Grosseteste‘ in The Catholic Encyclopedia (1910).
George Godfrey Cunningham, Lives of Eminent and Illustrious Englishmen: From Alfred the Great to the Latest Times (Glasgow, 1834), vol. 1, p. 262f.
John Foxe, Actes and Monuments Online (hri online). Includes the editions of 1563, 1570,
1576 and 1583. Search for ‘grosted’.
Thomas Fuller, The History of the Worthies of England (London, 1662). Ed. P. Austin Nutall (1840), vol. 3, p. 163f.
Joseph Milner and Isaac Milner, History of the Church of Christ (Boston, 1809), vol. 4, part 1, p. 57f.
Samuel Pegge, The Life of Robert Grosseteste, the Celebrated Bishop of Lincoln (London, 1793).
Images of Grosseteste
London, British Library, MS Royal 6.E.v, fol. 1ra. 14th cent.
Aquinas in English. Includes all major works.
Bishop Grosseteste University College, Lincoln. The college has hosted the meetings of the Grosseteste Society.
The Catholic Encyclopedia. 1910 edition.
Documenta Catholica Omnia. Gateway to Latin sources for ecclesiastical history.
The Fitzralph Society. Richard Fitzralph (d. 1360), theologian and Chancellor of Oxford University.
The Durham Grosseteste Project. The aim of the project is to re-edit, translate the scientific treatises, and present them from the perspective of their own intellectual history, and to analyse them functionally, using where appropriate the insights and conceptual tools of modern science.
Glossa Ordinaria. 1603 edition.
Lincoln Cathedral. The Grosseteste Chapel houses the bishop’s tomb.
The Lollard Society. Grosseteste was one of the Lollards’ favoured authorities.
VulSearch. Free downloadable tool for searching versions of the Vulgate.