Fourteenth Century England III
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234 Pages

23.4 x 15.6 cm

10 b/w. 5 line. Illustrations

Series: Fourteenth Century England

Imprint: Boydell Press

Fourteenth Century England III

Edited by W Mark Ormrod

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The annual volume of new work on all aspects of the fourteenth century, including England's overseas interests, from English and American scholars.
New research on aspects of the politics and culture of fourteenth-century England includes close studies of political events such as the quarrel of Edward II and Thomas of Lancaster and Bishop Despenser's Crusade, fresh considerations of the political and cultural context of English royal tombs and the Wilton Diptych, a number of important analyses of regional politics and regional culture in Bristol, East Anglia and Winchester - all with implications forthe bigger picture - and a discussion of late medieval French attitudes to the deposition of Richard II; that and studies of the war with France and the Bishop of Norwich's attack on Flanders carry the focus beyond the shores ofEngland.

Contributors: MARK ARVANIGIAN, JANE BEAL, KELLY DEVRIES, ALASTAIR DUNN, DAVID GREEN, ANDY KING, CHRISTIAN D. LIDDY, LISA MONNA, ANTHONY MUSSON, MARK PAGE, DAVID M. PALLISER, CRAIG D. TAYLOR, KRIS TOWSON,
Royal Mausolea in the Long Fourteenth Century (1272-1422) - David M Palliser
Legal Culture: Medieval Lawyers' Aspirations and Pretensions - Anthony Musson
Thomas of Lancaster's First Quarrel with Edward II - Andy King
Bristol and the Crown, 1326-31: Local and National Politics in the Early Years of Edward III's Reign - Christian D Liddy
Mapping Identity in John Trevisa's English Polychronicon: Chester, Cornwall and the Translation of English National History - Jane Beal
Edward the Black Prince and East Anglia: An Unlikely Association - David Green
William Wykeham and the Management of the Winchester Estate, 1366-1404 - Mark Page
A Lancastrian Polity? John of Gaunt, John Neville and the War with France, 1368-88 - Mark Arvanigian
'Hearts warped by passion': The Percy-Gaunt Dispute of 1381 - Kris Towson
The Reasons for the Bishop of Norwich's Attack of Flanders in 1383 - Kelly DeVries
Loyalty, Honour and the Lancastrian Revolution: Sir Stephen Scrope of Castle Combe and his Kinsmen, c.1389-c.1408 - Alastair Dunn
The Furnishing of Royal Closets and the Use of Small Devotional Images in the Reign of Richard II: The Setting of the Wilton Diptych Reconsidered - Lisa Monnas
'Weep thou for me in France': French Views of the Deposition of Richard II - Craig D Taylor

W M Ormrod is Professor of Medieval History at the University of York.

The late W. MARK ORMROD was Professor Emeritus of History at the University of York; he published extensively on later medieval history.

"A welcome addition to the series. It provides much new and detailed scholarship." HISTORY
"A valuable collection." NORTHERN HISTORY

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March 2004

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Title Details

234 Pages

2.34 x 1.56 cm

10 b/w. 5 line. Illustrations

Series: Fourteenth Century England

Imprint: Boydell Press