Anglo-Norman Studies XVII

Anglo-Norman Studies XVII

Proceedings of the Battle Conference 1994

Edited by Christopher Harper-Bill

Hardback
$99.00

Boydell Press

Overview

Overview

Annual volume of recent research on all aspects of the Norman World.
Papers on English and Norman history from the early eleventh to the early thirteenth centuries: castles and monasteries, ecclesiastical administration and missionary activity, attitudes of the aristocracy, Domesday and Textus Roffensis

Details

July 1995
17 black and white, 16 line illustrations
278 pages
23.4x15.6 cm
Anglo-Norman Studies
ISBN: 9780851156064
Format: Hardback
Boydell Press
BIC HBLC1
BISAC HIS037010
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Table of Contents

R. Allen Brown Memorial Lecture: Les châteaux de la vallée de l'Huisne dans le Perche Joseph DecaensJoseph Decaens -
Eleventh-century missions and the early stages of ecclesiastical organisation in Scandinavia - Lesley Abrams
Lordship in Maine: transformation, service and anger - Richard E Barton
The French matrix of the castle-provisions of the Chester- Leicester conventio - Charles Coulson
Dowager countesses, 1069-1230 - RaGena DeAragon
Oral testimony and the domesday inquest - Robin Fleming
The French in england before the norman conquest - C P Lewis
La Ville de Sées du haut moyen âge à l'époque ducale - François Neveux
Monks and nobles in the anglo-saxon monastic reform - Janet Pope
What did the frontier of Angevin normandy comprise? - Daniel Power
Ecclesiastical reorganisation in the principality of Salerno in the late lombard and early norman period - Valerie Ramseyer
The motives and politics of the Bigod family, c.1066-1177 - Andrew Wareham
Laga Eadwardi: the Textus Roffensis and its context - Patrick Wormald

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