The Age of Edward III

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James Bothwell
Boydell & Brewer, 2001 - Počet stran: 232
"With a sharp focus on high politics, this is a cohesive and exemplary collection of rewarding scholarship." HISTORY The studies in this book add colour and depth to the reign of one of the most important and fascinating of late medieval kings. New research addresses received ideas about Edward III's kingship, including the way he came to power and how he kept it; his use of nobility and sergeants-at-arms (his political and military elite); his preoccupation with justice; military campaigns in the Hundred Years War; and the propaganda and packaging of his rule, both in terms of his English throne and his claims to France. The collection is drawn together in a critical introduction written by Chris Given-Wilson and Michael Prestwich. Contributors: CAROLINE SHENTON, JAMES BOTHWELL, DAVID GREEN, ANTHONY MUSSON, RICHARD PARTINGTON, ANDREW AYTON, W.M. ORMROD, CRAIG TAYLOR, A.K. McHARDY, CLIFFORD J. ROGERS, MICHAEL BENNETT.

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Edward III and the Coup of 1330
Politics and Service with Edward the Black Prince
Second English Justinian or Pragmatic Opportunist?
The Kings SergeantsatArms in
Sir Thomas Ughtred and the Edwardian Military Revolution
Edward III the Double Monarchy
Edward III and the Plantagenet Claim to the French Throne
Some Reections on Edward IIIs Use of Propaganda
The AngloFrench Peace Negotiations of 13541360
Isabelle of France AngloFrench Diplomacy and Cultural
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