England and Normandy in the Middle Ages

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David Bates, Anne Curry
A&C Black, Jan 1, 1994 - Social Science - 336 pages
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The histories of England and of Normandy in the middle ages were inextricably linked. England and Normandy in the Middle Ages provides a synoptic view by leading scholars of not only political and military but also of ecclesiastical and cultural links. Taken together these essays provide an up-to-date scholarly account of relations between England and its immediate neighbour.
  

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Contents

2 The Rise and Fall of Normandy c 9111204
19
3 Monastic Foundations in England and Normandy 10661189
37
A Divided Aristocracy?
51
5 Romance in England and Normandy in the Twelfth Century
69
6 AngloNorman Book Production
79
7 Abbots of English Monasteries in the Period Following the Norman Conquest
95
8 Architecture and the Effects of the Norman Conquest
105
9 Architectural Relationships between England and Normandy 11001204
117
13 William Talvas Count of Ponthieu and the Politics of the AngloNorman Realm
169
The Pipe Roll Evidence
185
15 England Normandy and the Beginnings of the Hundred Years War 12591360
197
16 The Norman Nation and the French Nation in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries
215
The Jewel in the Crown?
235
18 The English Army and the Normandy Campaign of 1346
253
Military Service and Property Holding 141949
269
20 The English and the Church in Lancastrian Normandy
287

The Abbeys of the Risle Valley
131
An Illustration of Religious Patronage in AngloNorman England
143
12 Savigny and England
159
21 English Patrons and French Artists in FifteenthCentury Normandy
299
Index of Names and Places
315
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