The Haskins Society Journal 5

The Haskins Society Journal 5

1993. Studies in Medieval History

Edited by Robert B. Patterson

Hardback
$90.00

Boydell Press

Overview

Overview

Studies in medieval history including papers on King Stephen, 12c crusaders and a portrait of a medieval anti-semite.
The Haskins Society 11th International Conference, University of Houston 1992 produced a varied collection of papers including Domesday Jurors, presenting new evidence on landownership in 1086; an essay reassessing the impact of the early explorers arguing that Columbus and Vasco de Gama were simply a phase in a history of European expansion; and an unusual paper on the twelfth-century biography of William Marshal (d. 1219) asking what it reveals about the context of its composition.

Contributors: HUGH THOMAS, C.P. LEWIS, J.R.S.PHILLIPS, GEORGE BEECH, C. WARREN HOLLISTER, ROBERT HELMERICHS, THOMAS KEEFE, DAVID CROUCH.

Details

March 1994
4 line illustrations
140 pages
23.4x15.6 cm
Haskins Society Journal
ISBN: 9780851155500
Format: Hardback
Boydell Press
BIC HBLC1
BISAC HIS037010
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Table of Contents

Portrait of a medieval anti-semite: Richard Malebisse Vero Agnomine Mala Bestia - Hugh M Thomas
The domesday jurors - C P Lewis
European expansion before Columbus: causes and consequences - J R S Phillips
The ventures of the Dukes of Aquitaine into Spain and the crusader east in the early twelfth century - George Beech
The magnates of Stephen's reign: reluctant anarchists - C Warren Hollister
King Stephen's Norman literary, 1137 - Robert Helmerichs
Proffers for heirs and heiresses in the pipe rolls: some observations of indebtedness in the years before the Magna Carta (1180-1212)(1180-1212) - Thomas K Keefe
The hidden history of the twelfth century - David Crouch

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