Proceedings of the Battle Conference 1990
Abbey, town and early charters of Battle; Anglo-Norman succession 1120-1125; Aethelings in Normandy; 11c Barons and their Officials; Coinage and currency under Henry I; Early earls of Norman England; Geoffrey of Monmouth's History of the Kings of Britain; Ivo of Chartres; Landholding by Milites in Domesday; Robert of Belleme; Robert of Mortain; Sculpture romane de Normandie; William I's Breton supporters; William of Malmesbury's description of Jerusalem. E. SEARLE, L. BARKER, M. BAYLE, M. BLACKBURN, D.F. FLEMING, J. GILLINGHAM, B. GOLDING, A. GRABOIS, K.S.B. KEATS-ROHAN, S. KEYNES, C.P. LEWIS, K. LEYSER, J.F.A. MASON, K. THOMPSON.24 plates, figs.
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Ivo of Chartres and the AngloNorman Cultural Tradition
Reminiscences angloscandinaves dans la sculpture romane de Normandie
The Context and Purposes of Geoffrey of Monmouths History of the Kings
Robert of Mortain
A Mirror of
The tthelings in Normandy
The Early Earls of Norman England
The AngloNorman Succession 11201125
Barons and their Officials in the Later Eleventh Century
Robert of Belleme Reconsidered
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