Anglo-Norman Studies 24: Proceedings of the Battle by John Gillingham

By John Gillingham

Seven papers during this quantity care for England, six (four of them in French) with northern and western France. One significant concentration is at the endowment and development of church buildings in England from the overdue Anglo-Saxon interval to the early 13th century; a moment vital crew appears at warfare, uprising and castle-building in Normandy and Poitou. 3 papers examine the worth of charters and writs for an figuring out of political buildings in Anglo-Saxon and twelfth-century England; and there are stories of the disclosing ways that attitudes to outsiders and insiders (Jews, and kindred) have been articulated in 11th- and twelfth-century Europe.Contributors: MARTIN AURELL, MARIE-PIERRE BAUDRY, PIERRE BAUDUIN, JULIA BOORMAN, NATALIE FRYDE, CHARLES INSLEY, STEPHEN MARRITT, VINCENT MOSS, DOMINIQUE PITTE, TIM TATTON-BROWN, PAMELA TAYLOR, MALCOLM THURLBY, ANN WILLIAMS.

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30 Leur allégeance est une aubaine pour le noble de leurs territoires qui souhaiterait se soulever, car il peut jouer sur l’appui plus ou moins explicite du Capétien, leur maître, pour excuser sa sédition. fournaise: ‘Tamquam aurum in fornace, in necessitate probavit’, Patent Rolls de 1216–1225, cités par J. C. Holt, The Northerners. A Study in the Reign of King John, Oxford 1961, 254. 25 Itinerarium Kambrie, dans Giraldi Cambrensis Opera vi, 69; I, 7. 26 Oeuvres de Rigord et de Guillaume le Breton, éd.

Moine de Bonnevaux (diocèse et arrondissement de Vienne) dans sa jeunesse, Pierre intervint directement dans la réconciliation d’Henri II et Louis VII le mercredi de cendres de 1170. Sa Vita est due à Geoffroi d’Auxerre, AA SS, 8 Mai (BHL 6773), 330–1, pour la trêve de 1170. Il existe encore d’autres établissements religieux d’hommes de ce nom dans le domaine des Plantagenêt, qui aurait pu inspirer le monastère de ce peu probable confident: Bonnevaux, abbaye cistercienne fondée en 1119 par Hugues de Lusignan sur ses terres, et deux prieurés limousin de Grandmont, ordre érémitique particulièrement favorisé par Henri II: Bonneval-de-Montusclat et Bonneval-de-Serre.

An extreme example of ‘residence as predation’ is recorded in Lanfranc’s reprimand to Peter, bishop of Chester, for harassing the community at Coventry: you forced an entry into their dormitory and broke into their strongboxes . . you have robbed them of their horses and all their goods. ) On the other hand, the relationships between some encroaching laymen and encroached upon churches look symbiotic rather than exploitative. Grants of minsters and their lands to laymen did not necessarily mean the extinction of the church and community concerned.

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