Thirteenth Century England IV

Thirteenth Century England IV

Proceedings of the Newcastle upon Tyne Conference 1991

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

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Overview

Overview

`Set to become an indispensible series for anyone who wishes to keep abreast of recent work in the field.' WELSH HISTORY REVIEWImportant papers playing a key role in re-awakening scholarly interest in a comparatively neglected period of English history.
The thirteen papers in this volume represent a significant step forward in knowledge and understanding of a number of aspects of 13th-century England -in particular its economy, coinage, religious life and belief, manorial farming, language attitudes and norms, cartography and geographic perception, domestic architecture, foreign relations, and internal politics.

CONTRIBUTORS: J.L. BOLTON, R.J. EAGLEN, CHRISTOPHER THORNTON, MIRI RUBIN, MARGARET HOWELL, R.A. LODGE, PHILIP DIXON, P.D.A. HARVEY, JEFFREY DENTON, CHRISTOPHER HOLDSWORTH, NICHOLAS C. VINCENT, S.D. CHURCH, ROBIN FRAME.

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December 1992
230 pages
23.4x15.6 cm
Thirteenth Century England
ISBN: 9780851153254
Format: Hardback
Boydell Press
BIC HBLC1
BISAC HIS037010
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Table of Contents

Inflation, Economics and Politics in Thirteenth-Century England - James L Bolton
The Evolution of Coinage in Thirteenth-Century England - R J Eaglen
Efficiency in Medieval Livestock Farming: The Fertility and Mortality of Herds and Flocks at Rimpton, Somerset, 1208-1349 - Christopher Thornton
What did the Eucharist mean to Thirteenth-Century Villagers? - Miri Rubin
The Children of King Henry III and Eleanor of Provence - Margaret Howell
Language Attitudes and Linguistic Norms in France and England in the Thirteenth Century - R.A. Lodge
From Hall to Tower: The Change in Seigneurial Houses on the Anglo-Scottish Border after c.1250 - Philip Dixon
Matthew Paris's Maps of Britain - Paul D A Harvey
From the Foundation of Vale Royal Abbey to the Statute of Carlisle: Edward I and Ecclesiastical Patronage - Jeffrey Denton
Royal Cistercians: Beaulieu, her Daughters and Rewley - C J Holdsworth
The Knights of the Household of King John: A Question of Numbers - S D Church
Simon de Montfort's First Quarrel with King Henry III - Nicholas Vincent
King Henry III and Ireland: The Shaping of a Peripheral Lordship - Robin Frame

Reviews

The uniformly high quality of the papers bear(s) testimony to the flourishing state of 13th-century studies.

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