Anglo-Norman Studies XXIII: Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2000

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John Gillingham
Boydell & Brewer, 2001 - 347 strán (strany)
In chronological and geographical scope this volume ranges fromtenth-century Marchiennes, to three castles c.1300 in Co. Carlow, via Toulouse in 1159; none the less, England in the eleventh and twelfth centuries remains central. Three papers deal with the late Anglo-Saxon earls and their followers as consumers and politicians; three with religious institutions in both charitable and political perspective. Familiar subjects such as English castle keeps, the Bayeux Tapestry and the New Forest are shown in unfamiliar light. Other papers consider contemporary views of Henry I and Stephen and modern views of Anglo-Saxon slavery.
 

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The Earls of Mercia and their Commended Men in the mid Eleventh Century
23
Attestations in Worcester leases and other Mercian charters 4041
40
Timorous Historians and the
47
Peaceable Power in English Castles
69
Rochester Tower NE angle
86
the Benedictines in England c 1070c 1245
97
Angevin Politics and the Siege of Toulouse 1159
115
Illustration of Henry IIs expedition to Toulouse in 1159
122
Floor plans of Clonmore Castle
187
Small chambers perched on the north curtain wall of Clonmore
188
The domestic range on the east side of the courtyard of Clonmore
189
The tower at the south end of the domestic range of Clonmore
190
A gargoyle and crossloop on the tower in Plate 12
191
A small twinlight for a possible gallery at one end of the principal
192
Looking southwards from the principal hall in Clonmore Castle
193
Monastic Foundation Strategies in the Early Norman Diocese of Norwich
199

Plan of the city of Toulouse in the early thirteenth century
138
Genealogical table illustrating the claims of Eleanor of Aquitaine to
144
The Dynamics of Lordship and Landscape as Revealed in a Domesday Study
155
Ballyloughan Ballymoon and Clonmore
167
Ballyloughan Castle from the southwest
173
Ground plan of Ballyloughan Castle
174
Ballyloughan Castle gatehouse from the south
175
Ballyloughan Castle gatehouse from the north
176
The interior of the first floor of the southwest tower at Ballyloughan
178
Floor plans of Ballymoon Castle
180
The exterior east side of Ballymoon Castle
181
The interior of Ballymoon Castle looking towards the entrance
182
The entrance to Ballymoon Castle
183
The rear wall of one of the lodgings on the east side of Ballymoon
184
The distribution of the thirtythree monasteries founded in East
200
Location of principal sites mentioned in the text
202
The topography of early Norman Norwich
209
A tentative reconstruction of the early topography of Bishops Lynn
213
The topography of Norman Thetford
226
Aspects of Institutional Charity in Anglo
231
In Pursuit of Aristocratic Status in Late
251
Landholding patterns in late AngloSaxon England
255
The Language of the Bayeux Tapestry Inscription
267
join between panels I and II from D M Wilson
269
Formation and Transformations Tenth
281
the Case
299
Alternative Approaches to AngloSaxon Slavery
327
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