Anglo-Norman Studies XXIV: Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2001

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John Gillingham
Boydell Press, 2002 - History - 276 pages
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Seven papers in this volume deal with England, six (four of them in French) with northern and western France. One major focus is on the endowment and building of churches in England from the late Anglo-Saxon period to the early thirteenth century; a second important group looks at war, rebellion and castle-building in Normandy and Poitou. Three papers investigate the value of charters and writs for an understanding of political structures in Anglo-Saxon and twelfth-century England; and there are studies of the revealing ways in which attitudes to outsiders and insiders (Jews, and kindred) were articulated in eleventh- and twelfth-century Europe. Contributors: MARTIN AURELL, MARIE-PIERRE BAUDRY, PIERRE BAUDUIN, JULIA BOORMAN, NATALIE FRYDE, CHARLES INSLEY, STEPHEN MARRITT, VINCENT MOSS, DOMINIQUE PITTE, TIM TATTON-BROWN, PAMELA TAYLOR, MALCOLM THURLBY, ANN WILLIAMS.
 

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Contents

Revolte nobiliaire et lutte dynastique dans 1Empire angevin 11541224
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La politique de fortification des Plantagenets en Poitou 11541242
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le champ de la parente dans 1oeuvre des premiers
71
Nisifeceris under Henry II
85
Abelard and the Churchs Policy towards the Jews
99
King Stephen and the Bishops
129
The Defence of Normandy 11938
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ChateauGaillard dans la defense de la Normandie orientale 11961204
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English Romanesque and the Empire
177
The Beginnings of Lambeth Palace
203
Minor Cruciform Churches in Norman England and Wales
239
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