Anglo-Norman Durham 1093-1193
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536 Pages

23.4 x 15.3 cm

95 b/w. 43 line. Illustrations

Imprint: Boydell Press

Anglo-Norman Durham 1093-1193

Edited by David W Rollason, Margaret Harvey and Michael C Prestwich

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Impressive... for many readers of these papers their cumulative effect will be very great indeed... Admirable collaborative volume. JOURNAL OF ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY

Specialists explore the influence of twelfth-centuryDurham, in ecclesiastical affairs, Border politics, architecture, art, and religious and literary culture.
Impressive... the cumulative effect [of these papers] is very great indeed. JOURNAL OF ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY

This study of Anglo-Norman Durham's history, architecture, art, and religious and literary culture covers much ground, including the Cathedral Priory and its relationship to monastic reform; the careers of the prince bishops; studies of the spectacular castle; the relationship between Durham and the Scottish kings; the architecture of the cathedral; and Durham manuscripts and texts, featuring historical compilations and the remarkable Old English poem De situ Dunelmi.

Contributors: DONALD MATTHEW, JULIA BARROW, JANET BURTON, MERYL FOSTER,VICTORIA TUDOR, MICHAEL GULLICK, ALAN PIPER, DAVID BATES, MARK PHILPOTT, ERIC CAMBRIDGE, MALCOLM THURLBY, J. PHILIP McALEER, S.A. HARRISON, JOHN CROOK, THOMAS E. RUSSO, E.C. FERNIE, WILLIAM AIRD, J.O. PRESTWICH, G.W.S. BARROW, VALERIE WALL, PAUL DALTON, ALAN YOUNG, HENRY SUMMERSON, MARTIN ALLEN, P.D.A. HARVEY, MARTIN LEYLAND, M.W. THOMPSON, BERNARD MEEHAN, CHRISTOPHER NORTON, ANNE LAWRENCE, DOMINIC MARNER, DAVID HOWLETT
Introduction
Durham and the Anglo-Norman World - Donald Matthew
English Cathedral Communities and Reform in the Late Tenth and the Eleventh Centuries - Julia Barrow
The Monastic Revival in Yorkshire: Whitby and St Mary's, York - Janet Burton
Custodians of St Cuthbert: The Durham Monks' Views of their Predecessors, 1083-c.1200 - Meryl Foster
Durham Priory and its Hermits in the Twelfth Century - Victoria Tudor
The Durham Cantor's Book [Durham, Dean and Chapter Library, MS B.IV.24] - Alan J Piper
The Scribes of the Durham Cantor's Book [Durham, Dean and Chapter Library, MS B.IV.24] and the Durham Martyrology Scribe - Michael Gullick
The Forged Charters of William the Conqueror and Bishop William of St Calais - David Bates
The De iniusta uexacione Willelmi episcopi primi and Canon Law in Anglo-Norman Durham - Mark Philpott
Early Romanesque Architecture in North-East England: A Style and its Patrons - Eric Cambridge
The Roles of the Patron and the Master Mason in the First Design of the Romanesque Cathedral of Durham - Malcolm Thurlby
The West Front of Durham Cathedral: The Beginning of a British Tradition - Philip McAleer
Observations on the Architecture of the Galilee Chapel - S A Harrison
The Architectural Setting of the Cult of St Cuthbert in Durham Cathedral [1093-1200] - John Crook
The Romanesque Rood Screen of Durham Cathedral: Context and Form - Thomas E Russo
The Architectural Influence of Durham Cathedral -
An Absent Friend: The Career of Bishop William of St Calais - William M. Aird
The Career of Ranulf Flambard - J.O. Prestwich
The Kings of Scotland and Durham - G W S Barrow
Malcolm III and the Foundation of Durham Cathedral - Valerie Wall
Scottish Influence on Durham 1066-1214 - Paul Dalton
The Bishopric of Durham in Stephen's Reign - Alan Young
Old and New Bishoprics: Durham and Carlisle - Henry Summerson
The Durham Mint before Boldon Book - Martin Allen
Boldon Book and the Wards between Tyne and Tees - Paul D A Harvey
The Origins and Development of Durham Castle - Martin Leyland
The Place of Durham among Norman Episcopal Palaces and Castles - M W Thompson
Durham Twelfth-Century Manuscripts in Cistercian Houses - Bernard Meehan
The Artistic Influence of Durham Manuscripts - Anne Lawrence-Mathers
The Bible of Hugh of le Puiset [Durham, Dean and Chapter Library, MS A.II.1] - Dominic Marner
The Shape and Meaning of the Old English Poem 'Durham' - David R. Howlett

MARGARET HARVEY has had a distinguished career in Durham University, with a particular research specialism in the medieval papacy; she is an authority onthe religious history of late medieval and early modern Durham.

Michael Prestwich is Professor of History at the University of Durham.

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Title Details

536 Pages

2.34 x 1.53 cm

95 b/w. 43 line. Illustrations

Imprint: Boydell Press