The Reign of Stephen: Kingship, Warfare, and Government in Twelfth-century England

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Routledge, 1993 - History - 93 pages
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In this up-to-date study of Stephen's reign, Keith Stringer looks at the relationship between government, warfare and the rise and fall of the medieval states. Using primary sources and the most recent research, he offers an important re-evaluation of the so-called `Anarchy' and a radical reassessment of Stephen's ability as a ruler.

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