The Haskins Society Journal 19: 2007. Studies in Medieval History

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Stephen Morillo, William North
Boydell & Brewer Ltd, Jul 18, 2008 - History - 170 pages
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The latest volume of the Haskins Society Journal presents recent research on the Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman, Viking and Angevin worlds of the eleventh and twelfth centuries, broadly conceived, and includes topics ranging from analysis of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles for the early construction of English identity, to the exercise of Norman naval power in the Mediterranean, to several studies of churchmen and church organization in Rouen, Aquitaine and Florence, and more. CONTRIBUTORS: RICHARD SHARPE, JANET L. NELSON, JORG PETLZER, MAUREEN C. MILLER, ANNA TRUMBORE JONES, ALICE TAYLOR, CHARLES D. STANTON, CHARITY URBANSKI, PAULINE STAFFORD.
 

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Contents

The AngloSaxon Chronicles Identity and the Making of England
28
Master Arnulf Archdeacon of Rouen Unlicensed Pluralism and
51
The Saint Zenobius Dossal by the Master of the Bigallo and
65
Discovering the Aquitanian Church in the Corpus of Ademar
82
Robert de Londres Illegitimate Son of William King of Scots
99
The Use of Naval Power in the Norman Conquest of Southern Italy
120
Interpreting the Surrender of
137
Henry Loyn and the Context of AngloSaxon England
154
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