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Important new research on a very wide range of topics in the fields of history, archaeology, literature and palaeography.Adela of Blois and Ivo of Chartres; Anglo-Norman families; Anglo-Scandinavian equestrian equipment; `Belrem'; Bookland, Folkland and Fiefs; Charters of David I; Counts of Boulogne under Eustace II; Dispute settlement; Financing Stephen's War; Fortification de Rouen; French literature in 12c England; Margam Annals; Ranulf II Earl of Chester's armed neutrality; Rochester cathedral priory c.1100; See of London. G.W.S. BARROW, P. DALTON, B. GAUTHIEZ, J. GRAHAM-CAMPBELL, J. GREEN, K. LOPRETE, J.S. MOORE, R.B. PATTERSON, S. REYNOLDS, I. SHORT, H.J. TANNER, A.J. TAYLOR, P. TAYLOR, H. TSURUSHIMA.
Wide-ranging volume of essays introducing new research in the fields of history, archaeology, literature and palaeography. Includes (amongst others) papers on 12th century French literature, settling disputes in Anglo-Norman England, financing Stephen's war and the Allen Brown Memorial lecture entitled Belrem. Contributors: ARNOLD J. TAYLOR, G.W.S BARROW, PAUL DALTON, BERNARDGAUTHIEZ, JAMES GRAHAM-CAMPBELL, JUDITH GREEN, KIMBERLEY LOPRETE,JOHN S. MOORE, ROBERT B. PATTERSON, SUSAN REYNOLDS, IAN SHORT, HEATHERJ. TANNER, PAMELA TAYLOR, and H. TSURUSHIMA.
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This volume is a pleasant surprise. Under Dr Chibnall's direction, the conference has returned to a clearer focus, and many of these papers explicitly respond to or build upon previous ones...this anthology is unusual in its overall quality, especially in its challenges to our preconceptions. I recommend all of the articles to Anglo-Normanists. ALBION 25/3, Fall 1993