Anglo-Norman Studies XXXVII

Anglo-Norman Studies XXXVII

Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2014

Edited by Elisabeth van Houts

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Boydell Press

Overview

Overview

The latest research on aspects of the Anglo-Norman world.
The contributions collected here demonstrate the full range and vitality of current work on the Anglo-Norman period, from a variety of different angles and disciplines. Topics include architecture and material remains in Winchester, Kent and Hampshire; the role of Duke Richard II and Abbot John of Fécamp in early Normandy; political and liturgical culture at the Anglo-Norman and Angevin courts; the lost (illustrated?) prototype of Dudo of Saint-Quentin's early Norman history and Geoffrey of Monmouth's motivation for his Historia Regum Britonum; twelfth-century legal scholarship and the archaic use of vernacular vocabulary in law texts; trade and travel; and a study of episcopal acta from the south-western Norman dioceses.

Contributors: Richard Allen, Pierre Bauduin, Johanna Dale, Jennifer Farrell, Peter Fergusson, Sara Harris, Nicholas Karn, Edmund King, Lauren Mancia, Eljas Oksanen, Gesine Oppitz-Trotman, Benjamin Pohl, Katherine Weikert

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May 2015
11 black and white, 21 line illustrations
307 pages
23.4x15.6 cm
Anglo-Norman Studies
ISBN: 9781783270248
Format: Hardback
Library eBook
Boydell Press
BIC HBLC1, 1D, 2AB, 3H
BISAC HIS037010, HIS015000, HIS010000
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Editor's Preface - Elisabeth M C van Houts
Henry of Winchester: the Bishop, the City and the Wider World - Edmund King
Episcopal acta in Normandy, 911-1204: the charters of the bishops of Avranches, Coutances and Sées - Richard Allen
Richard II de Normandie: figure princière et transferts culturels (fin dixième- début onzième siècle) - Pierre Bauduin
Royal Inauguration and the Liturgical Calendar in England, France and the Empire c. 1050-c. 1250 - Johanna Dale
History, Prophecy and the Arthur of the Normans: the question of audience and motivation behind Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae - Jennifer Farrell
Canterbury Cathedral Priory's Bath House and Fish Pond - Peter Fergusson
Tam Anglis quam Danis: 'Old Norse' Terminology in the Constitutiones de foresta - Sara Harris
Quadripartitus, Leges Henrici Primi and the Scholarship of English Law in the Early Twelfth Century - Nicholas Karn
John of Fécamp and Affective Reform in Eleventh-Century Normandy - Lauren Mancia
Trade and Travel in England during the Long Twelfth Century - Eljas Oksanen
The Emperor's Robe: Thomas Becket and Angevin Political Culture - Gesine Oppitz-Trotman
The Illustrated Archetype of the Historia Normannorum: Did Dudo of Saint-Quentin write a 'chronicon pictum'? - Benjamin Pohl
The Biography of a Place: Faccombe Netherton, Hampshire c. 900-1200 - Katherine Weikert

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