Anglo-Norman Studies VI: Proceedings of the battle by R. Allen Brown

By R. Allen Brown

Battles in England and Normandy 1066-1154; Philip II's fort coverage in Normandy; Order of Sempringham; Anselm's Letters; Henry I, struggle and international relations; advent of Knight provider in England; Scandinavian nfluence in 11th-Century Norman Literature; Gesta Normannorum; Architectural implications of Decreta Lanfranci; William and the Church of Rome; Lincoln Cathedral; `Lewes team' of Wall work; Knights Templar at Shipley Church. J. BRADBURY, C. COULSON, R. FOREVILLE, W. FRçHLICH, C.W. HOLLISTER, J.C. HOLT, E. VAN HOUTS, G. HUISMAN, A.W. KLUKAS, P.A. MACCARINI, D. OWEN, D. PARK, R. GEM.30 plates, figs.

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R. Fawtier, 233). 2 5 Coulson 1972, Index, 'Keys and their Symbolism'; both aspects are evident in the revolt of Najac town (Aveyron) o n the death of Raymond VII (1249); at Tours in 1241 the symbolic dominates the practical (Layettes, ii, no. 2892; iii, no. 3947). The citizens of Reims promised repayment in two years and quod personam vestram e f omnes vestros, quotiens necesse fuerit, contra ImpeTium et aria regna, que vos vel regnum Franeie vellent impugnare, born fide Remis recipient et civttatem .

1735; Actes du Padement.. , i, i, 6; i, ii, 32, 40; Regisires du Trksor des Chartes, i, Paris 1958, ed. R. Fawtier, 233). 2 5 Coulson 1972, Index, 'Keys and their Symbolism'; both aspects are evident in the revolt of Najac town (Aveyron) o n the death of Raymond VII (1249); at Tours in 1241 the symbolic dominates the practical (Layettes, ii, no. 2892; iii, no. 3947). The citizens of Reims promised repayment in two years and quod personam vestram e f omnes vestros, quotiens necesse fuerit, contra ImpeTium et aria regna, que vos vel regnum Franeie vellent impugnare, born fide Remis recipient et civttatem .

All kinds of 'Grants for Fortification in France' are listed, including for Ponthieu after 1283 under Edward I and ducal Gascony, in Coulson 1972 appendix C I. L. Turner. ). , Rec. Comm. 1834, i, 105, 108, 115, 131,314-15,322,327-8,353, 372, 398-9). At Noyon and at Corbie (Somme 1182) Philip I1 backed the townspeople against anciently entrenched ecclesiastical lords over the crucial seignorial test of control of the fortifi- . , .. Fortress-Policjz in Capetian Tradition and Angevin Practice 29 of a very explicit rendability charter.

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