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English Episcopal Acta 15 : London 1076-1187 - Falko Neininger

English Episcopal Acta 15

London 1076-1187

By: Falko Neininger (Editor)

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London was the largest city in the Anglo-Norman empire, and its bishops were therefore figures of the utmost importance. The 250 acta recorded in this volume testify to their role in the development of episcopal government and its documentation. One of the most significant figures of the twelfth century was Bishop Gilbert Foliot (1163-1187), who tangled famously with Thomas Becket. The volume contains important additions and corrections to Morey & Brooke's edition of Foliot's correspondence and updates our understanding of the man and his acta in the light of the latest scholarship.

List of plates
Preface
Manuscript sources cited
Printed books and articles cited with abbreviated references
Other abbreviations
Introduction
The diocese of London
The bishops and their staff
The acta Editorial method
THE ACTA Hugh de Aurea Valle, no. 1
Maurice, nos. 2-8
Richard de Belmeis I, nos. 9-34
Gilbert the Universal, nos. 35-40
Henry of Blois, bishop of Winchester, as administrator of the see of London, no. 41
Robert de Sigillo, nos. 42-56
Richard de Belmeis II, nos. 57-76
Gilbert Foliot, nos. 77-250
Appendices
References to acts of the bishops
Additional charters
The date of Gilbert Foliot's collection of letters
Itineraries of the bishops, 1076-1187
Concordance of the acta of Gilbert Foliot
Index of persons and places
Index of subjects
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ISBN: 9780197261798
ISBN-10: 0197261795
Series: English Episcopal Acta
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 296
Published: 1st October 1997
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.2 x 16.0  x 2.3
Weight (kg): 0.61