The Haskins Society Journal, Volume 16: Studies in Medieval History, Volume 16; Volume 2005

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Boydell Press, Jan 1, 2006 - History - 148 pages
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The latest volume of the Haskins Society Journal, presenting recent research on the Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman, Viking and Angevin worlds of the eleventh and twelfth centuries, includes topics ranging from examinations of the cultures of power and peacemaking to analyses of patterns of religious patronage, ethnic stereotyping, law and theology, the Renaissance of the Twelfth Century, and politics in the Ireland of Lionel of Antwerp. Contributors include: Thomas N. Bisson, Paul Dalton, Brian Golding, Tracey-Anne Cooper, Florin Curta, Jason Taliadoros, Gilbert Stack, Alex Novikoff, and Peter Crooks.

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Sites and Occasions of Peacemaking in England and Normandy
Patterns of Patronage in AngloNorman
Lay Piety Confessional Directives and the Compilers Method in
Furor Teutonicus A Note on Ethnic Stereotypes in Sugers Deeds of
Law and Theology in Gilbert of Foliotsc 110510118788
The Assize of Oxford and Monetary Reform
The Renaissance of the Twelfth Century Before Haskins
Hobbes Dogs and Politics in the Ireland of Lionel of Antwerp

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Stephen Morillo, Jane and Frederic M. Hadley Chair of History Affiliation Wabash College, Crawfordsville, with Michael F. Pavkovic, United States Naval War College

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