The Haskins Society Journal 19

The Haskins Society Journal 19

2007. Studies in Medieval History

William North

Edited by Stephen Morillo

Hardback
$95.00

Boydell Press

Overview

Overview

The most recent research into aspects of the early middle ages.
The latest volume of the Haskins Society Journal presents recent research on the Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman, Viking and Angevin worlds of the eleventh and twelfth centuries, broadly conceived, and includes topics ranging from analysis of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles for the early construction of English identity, to the exercise of Norman naval power in the Mediterranean, to several studies of churchmen and church organization in Rouen, Aquitaine and Florence, and more.

CONTRIBUTORS: RICHARD SHARPE, JANET L. NELSON, JORG PETLZER, MAUREEN C. MILLER, ANNA TRUMBORE JONES, ALICE TAYLOR, CHARLES D. STANTON, CHARITY URBANSKI, PAULINE STAFFORD.

Details

July 2008
1 black and white, 1 line illustrations
180 pages
23.4x15.6 cm
Haskins Society Journal
ISBN: 9781843833932
Format: Hardback
Library eBook
Boydell Press
BIC HBJD1, 1D, 2AB, 3F
BISAC HIS037010
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Table of Contents

King Harold's Daughter - Richard Sharpe
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles, Identity and the Making of England - Pauline Stafford
Master Anulf, Archdeacon of Rouen, Unlicensed Pluralism, and Idoneitas. Defining Eligibility in the Early Thirteenth Century - Jörg Peltzer
The Saint Zenobius Dossal by the Master of the Bigallo and the Cathedral Chapter of Florence - Maureen C. Miller
Discovering the Aquitanian Church in the Corpus of Ademar of Chabannes - Anna Trumbore Jones
Robert de Londres, Illegitimate Son of William, King of Scots, cThe Use of Naval Power in the Norman Conquest of Southern Italy and Sicily -
Apology, Protest, and Suppression: Interpreting the Surrender of Caen (1105) - Charity Urbanski
Henry Loyn and the Context of Anglo-Saxon England - Janet L Nelson

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