Fourteenth Century England IV (v. 4) by J.S. Hamilton

By J.S. Hamilton

The hot examine the following covers a couple of points of the politics and tradition of fourteenth-century England, together with non secular tradition and associations as illustrated within the cult of Thomas of Lancaster, preaching to ladies within the later fourteenth century, and within the Church's reaction to a royal fundraising crusade. There are exact examinations of well-known and no more fashionable contributors - Bishop Thomas Hatfield, Agnes Maltravers, and Lord Thomas Despenser - including investigations of broader coverage concerns, fairly the dispensation of justice within the reign of Richard II. ultimately, the intersection of environmental, political, and monetary concerns is approached from very assorted views, the improvement of royal landscapes and of the past due medieval coal undefined. participants: JOHN T. MCQUILLEN, AMANDA RICHARDSON, A. ok. MCHARDY, CHRISTIAN D. LIDDY, J.S. BOTHWELL, BETH ALLISON BARR, DIANE MARTIN, HELEN LACEY, JOHN LELAND, MARTYN LAWRENCE, ULRIKE GRASSNICK, MARK ARVANIGIAN J.S. HAMILTON is Professor and Chair of background at Baylor college.

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Page, ‘The Rhymed Office for St. Thomas of Lancaster: Poetry, Politics and Liturgy in Four- teenth-Century England’, Leeds Studies in English 14 (1983), pp. 137–8. 53 Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden monachi Cestrensis, ed. J. R. Lumby, 9 vols, Rolls Series (1865–86), VIII, pp. 314–15. 24 John T. ’54 Upon the capture of Lancaster at Boroughbridge in 1322 and his subsequent execution, some of his supporters fled overseas, seeking sanctuary from the ravages of Edward II and the Despensers. Is Bridwell Library MS 13 the prayer book for one of these fleeing Lancastrians?

William Twiti: The Art of Hunting, 1327 (Stockholm, 1977); A. Rooney, Hunting in Middle English Literature (Cambridge, 1993), p. 8. 38 Amanda Richardson records only three variants of the hunting cry, whereas the edition of c. 67 This attentiveness to arcane seigneurial ritual is testament to the role of the hunt in shaping social and cultural boundaries, which became replicated in the physical boundaries and performative spaces in which courtliness and nobility were reinforced during the chase.

Bond and K. Tiller, Blenheim: Landscape for a Palace (Stroud, 1997), p. 37. CCR 1327–30, pp. 332, 329, 341; CCR 1330–33, p. 185. CPR 1330–34, p. 161. CPR 1361–64, pp. 177, 183; E 101/460/2, mm. 1–2. ‘Hedging, Ditching and other Improper Occupations’ 39 Figure 6. 76 Although the Clarendon repairs were prompted by destruction, the focus on landscape is commensurate with Edward III’s tastes. 77 Not surprisingly, then, the reign is characterised by attention to royal hunting spaces. 78 In 1366 around 160 acres were taken into the park at King’s Langley (Hertfordshire), 144 acres into the grounds of Leeds Castle (Kent) in 1369, and in the early- to mid-1370s land was added to Thundersley (Essex), East Worldham (Hampshire) and Gravesend (Kent).

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