The Government of Philip Augustus: Foundations of French Royal Power in the Middle Ages
00 In the thirteenth century the French kings won ascendancy over France, while France achieved political and cultural supremacy over western Europe. Based on French sources, this meticulously documented study provides an account of how Philip Augustus (1179-1223) brought about this transformation of royal power. In the thirteenth century the French kings won ascendancy over France, while France achieved political and cultural supremacy over western Europe. Based on French sources, this meticulously documented study provides an account of how Philip Augustus (1179-1223) brought about this transformation of royal power.
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Gun to my head: my least favourite subfield of history is political history, and my least favourite regional history is French. This book combines both of these elements, and left me vehemently ruing ...
Narrative The Struggle for Survival
The Territorial Balance Sheet
The King and His Men
Justice and Finance The Chief Business of Government
Towns and Churches The Extension of Royal Influence
Relief and Wardship
Feudal Military Service
Military Service of Prelates and Barons
The Findings of the Inventories
The Capetian Inventories of Normandy
The Decisive Decade 11901203
Narrative The Ill Fortunes of War
The Flemish Inheritance
Ingeborg of Denmark and Agnès de Mémn
John Against Richard
Arthur Against John
The Kings New Men
The Regency June 1190December 1191
The Withdrawal of the Magnates
The Kings New Men
The Sons of Gautier
Barthélemy de Roye and Henri Clément
The Reorganization of Justice and Finance
The Royal Income 120203
The Agricultural Domain
Towns and Commerce
War and Finances
The Blessings of Ecclesiastical Liberties
CONQUEST AND CONSOLIDATION 12031206
Narrative The Great Conquests and the Victory at Bouvines
The Realignment of the Great Fiefs
The Climax of Bouvines 12121214
Baillis and Seneschals Justice and Finance in the New Domain
The Norman Administration of Justice
The Administration of the Jews
Seneschals in the Loire Valley
Reckoning the Gains of the Conquests
The Mentality of Taking Stock
The King as Seigneur
The Hierarchy of Fiefs
Homage and Fealty
The Kings Court
The Inventories of the Old Capetian Domain
Castleguard and Castles
Repossessing the Churches
Freedom of Elections
A Halt to Renunciations of Regalia
Taking Stock of Ecclesiastical Resources
Defining Boundaries Between King and Clergy
Secular and Ecclesiastical Property Rights
Maintenance of Public Order
The Fruits of Victory
Adventures in England and the South
Philip the Realm and the Emergence of Royal Ideology
The Emergence of Royal Ideology
The Birth of the King and His Blood Right
The Consecration of the King and His Defense of the Church
The Meaning of Bouvines
The Burial of the King and His Personal Sanctity
Postscript Uncovering the Government of Philip Augustus
The Royal Archives Trésor des Chartes
Norman Exchequer Judgments
Appendix A Personnel of the Central Government
Appendix B Prevots and Baillis
Appendix C Elections of Bishops to Regalian Sees 11791223
Appendix D Archbishoprics Bishoprics and Abbeys
Appendix E Knight Service at Eouvines
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