Thirteenth Century England III

Thirteenth Century England III

Proceedings of the Newcastle upon Tyne Conference, 1989

Edited by P.R. Coss, S.D. Lloyd

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Overview

Overview

Thirteenth-Century England IIIcontinues the series which began in 1986 with the publication of the first volume of the biannual Newcastle upon Tyne conferences on thirteenth-century England. Important studies of aspects of English society and politics open up new areas of research and re-examine standard interpretations.

Contributors: PAUL BRAND, D.W. BURTON, P.H. CULLUM, R.B. DOBSON, ELIZABETH GEMMILL, P.J.P. GOLDBERG, ANTONIA GRANSDEN, LINDY GRANT, MICHAEL PRESTWICH, ROBERT C. STACEY, R.L.STOREY, ROBIN STUDD, CHRISTOPHER WILSON.

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January 1991
25 black and white, 11 line illustrations
224 pages
23.4x15.6 cm
Thirteenth Century England
ISBN: 9780851155487
Format: Hardback
Boydell Press
BIC HBLC1
BISAC HIS037010
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Table of Contents

Lordship and distraint in thirteenth-century England - Paul A Brand
Requests for prayers and royal propaganda under Edward I - D W Burton
Leperhouses and borough status in the thirteenth century - P H Cullum
The political role of the archbishops of York during the Reign of Edward I - R B Dobson
The ecclesiastical patronage of the earls during the reign of Edward I - Elizabeth Gemmill
The public and the private: women in the pre-plague economy - P J P Goldberg
Defence of its liberties - Antonia Gransden
Gothic architecture in southern England and the French connection in the early thirteenth century - Lindy Grant
Edward I and Adolf of Nassau - Michael C Prestwich
Crusades, crusaders and the Baronial Gravamina of 1263-1264 - Robert C. Stacey
The first convocation, 1257? - R L Storey ***
The marriage of Henry of Almain and Constance of Bearn - J R Studd
The early thirteenth-century architecture of Beverley Minster: cathedral splendours and cistercian austerities - Christopher Wilson

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