AEthelwine, Pre-Conquest Sheriff; Alliances of AElfgar of Mercia; Castle Studies since 1850; Charles the Bald's Fortified Bridges; Clares and the Crown; Coastal Salt Production; Hydrographic and Ship Hydrodynamic Aspects of the Invasion; Leland and Historians; Monks in the World: Gundulf of Rochester; Obtaining Benefices in 12c E. Anglia; St Pancras Priory, Lewes; Slavery; Wace and Warfare.
`No single recent enterprise has done more to enlarge and deepen our under-standing of one of the most critical periods in English history.' Marjorie Chibnall, Antiquaries Journal`Au total et comme a l'accoutumee, un rapport toujours de bonne qualite, aux facettes captivantes.' Robert Fossier, REVUE HISTORIQUE 574, 1991
St Pancras Priory, Lewes - its architectural development to 1200, Freda Anderson; Wace and warfare, Matthew Bennett; John Leland and the Anglo-Norman historian, Caroline Brett; the growth of castle studies in England and on the Continent since 1850, John Counihan; the logistics of fortified bridge building at Pitres (Seine) - recent archaeological investigations, Brain Dearden; the struggle for benefices in 12th century East Anglia, Christopher Harper-Bill; coastal salt production in Norman England, Laurence Keen; the Welsh alliances of Earl AElfgar and his family in the 11th century, K.L.Maud; Domesday slavery, John S.Moore; hydrographic and ship-hydrodynamic aspects of the Norman invasion 1066, J.Neumann; monks in the world - the case of Gundulf of Rochester, Marylou Ruud; royal service and reward - the Clare family and the Crown 1066-1154, Jennifer C.Ward; a vice-comital family in pre-Conquest Warwickshire, Ann Williams.
Series: Anglo-Norman Studies
Number Of Pages: 305
Published: 9th July 1989
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.13 x 16.51
Weight (kg): 0.75