Thirteenth Century England V

Thirteenth Century England V

Proceedings of the Newcastle upon Tyne Conference 1993

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

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Overview

Overview

Studies in economic, political and social history in 13c England.
This latest volume in the series of selected proceedings of the conferences on thirteenth-century England, held biennially at Newcastle upon Tyne since 1985, contains fourteen papers given at the 1993 conference, most of them modified and expanded from their oral versions. As previously, they range widely over a variety of topics, embracing aspects of the political, legal, administrative, economic, religious and social history of the period, from merchants and trade in medieval England to hagiographical writings and the role of the household knights of Edward I; there is also an important historiographical introductory essay considering past and present approaches to the study of thirteenth-century England, and indicating possible trends in the future.

Contributors: M.T. CLANCHY, PHILIP MORGAN, RUTH INGAMELLS, ROBERT BARTLETT, BRIAN GOLDING, ANDREW H. HERSHEY, SCOTT L. WAUGH, JAMES MASSCHAELE, R.H. BRITNELL, W.M. ORMROD, ANDREW F.McGUINNESS, R. MALCOLM HOGG, MICHAEL BURGER, A.A.M. DUNCAN

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August 1995
11 line illustrations
240 pages
23.4x15.6 cm
Thirteenth Century England
ISBN: 9780851155654
Format: Hardback
Boydell Press
BIC HBLC1
BISAC HIS037010
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Table of Contents

Inventing thirteenth-century england: Stubbs, Tout, Powicke - now what? - Michael Clanchy
Making the english gentry - Philip Morgan
The political role of the household knights of Edward I - Ruth Ingamells
The hagiography of angevin england - Robert Bartlett
Gerald of wales and the monks - Brian Golding
Success or failure? Hugh Bigod and judicial reform during the Baronial movement, June 1258 - February 1259 - A Hershey
The origins and early development of the articles of the Escheator - Scott Waugh
Urban trade in medieval england: the evidence of foreign gild membership lists - James Masschaele
Sedentary long-distance trade and the english merchant class in thirteenth-century england - Richard H Britnell
Royal finance in thirteenth-century england - W M Ormrod
Non-armigerous seals and seal-usage in thirteenth-century england - A McGuiness
Some thirteenth-century english book prices - R M Hogg
Bishops, archdeacons and communication between centre and locality in the diocese of Lincoln, c.1214-99 - M Burger
The process of norham, 1291 - Archibald A M Duncan

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Each paper in this volume is worth reading, and that is saying a lot. ALBION
An effective bringing together (of) a wealth of detailed research. HISTORY

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