Thirteenth Century England XII: Proceedings of the Gregynog Conference, 2007

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The articles collected here bear witness to the wide interest in England and its neighbours in the "long" thirteenth century; topics include the high politics of the thirteenth century, international relations, the administrative and governmental structures of medieval England and aspects of the wider societal and political context of the period. Contributors: MAX LIEBERMAN, MICHAEL PENMAN, NICK BARRATT, LEIDULF MELVE, ADRIAN JOBSON, XAVIER HELARY, ANDREW SPENCER, HENRY SUMMERSON, CAROLINE BURT, ANDREW ABRAM, ...
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Overview

The articles collected here bear witness to the wide interest in England and its neighbours in the "long" thirteenth century; topics include the high politics of the thirteenth century, international relations, the administrative and governmental structures of medieval England and aspects of the wider societal and political context of the period. Contributors: MAX LIEBERMAN, MICHAEL PENMAN, NICK BARRATT, LEIDULF MELVE, ADRIAN JOBSON, XAVIER HELARY, ANDREW SPENCER, HENRY SUMMERSON, CAROLINE BURT, ANDREW ABRAM, SUSAN STEWART, MICHAEL RAY, INGO SCHWAB, BETH HARTLAND, PAUL DRYBURGH
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  • ISBN-13: 9781843834472
  • Publisher: Boydell & Brewer, Limited
  • Publication date: 3/19/2009
  • Series: Thirteenth Century England
  • Pages: 224

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The English and the Welsh in Fouke le Fitz Waryn Max Lieberman Lieberman, Max 1

Royal piety in thirteenth-century Scotland : the religion and religiosity of Alexander II (1214-49) and Alexander III (1249-86) Michael Penman Penman, Michael 13

The 1213 Pipe Roll and exchequer authority at the end of John's reign Nick Barratt Barratt, Nick 31

The public debate during the Baronial Rebellion Leidulf Melve Melve, Leidulf 45

Richard of Cornwall and the baronial opposition in 1263 Adrian Jobson Jobson, Adrian 61

Les liens personnels entre les cours de France et d'Angleterre sous le regne de Philippe III, 1270-85 Xavier Helary Helary, Xavier 75

The lay opposition to Edward I in 1297 : its composition and character Andrew Spencer Spencer, Andrew 91

Peacekeepers and lawbreakers in London, 1276-1321 Henry Summerson Summerson, Henry 107

'The peace less kept'? : the origins, revelations and impact of Edward I's 'Trailbaston' commissions of 1305-7 Caroline Burt Burt, Caroline 123

Knightly society and the Augustinian canons in the north-west of England Andrew Abram Abram, Andrew 141

A year in the life of a royal justice : Gilbert de Preston's itinerary, July 1264-June 1265 Susan Stewart Stewart, Susan 155

Living with father's reputation : the careers of two thirteenth-century Oxfordshire knights of alien origin, Thomas de Breaute and Hugh de Plessis Michael Ray Ray, Michael 167

The charters of Richard of Cornwall for the empire Ingo Schwab Schwab, Ingo 183

The development of the Fine Rolls Beth Hartland Hartland, Beth Paul Dryburgh Dryburgh, Paul 193

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