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The latest volume of the Haskins Society Journal presents recent research on the Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman, and Angevin worlds broadly conceived, and includes topics ranging from the origins of Welsh law and the evidence for the development of the chivalric tournament in the Norman chroniclers to the use of saints to cement regional power, the reception of Dudo of St Quentin, the regional divides in the Norman Kingdom of Sicily, and more. The volume is particularly noteworthy for several studies that bring together historical and archaeological evidence in new and challenging ways.

Contributors: DOMINIQUE BARTHELEMY, ROBIN CHAPMAN STACEY, ROBIN FLEMING, BERNARD BACHRACH, AUSTIN MASON, ALECIA ARCEO, PETER BURKHOLDER, PAUL OLDFIELD, KATHERINE LACK, SAMANTHA HERRICK, NICOLE MARAFIOTI, DAVID BACHRACH

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First Published: 15 Oct 2009
13 Digit ISBN: 9781843834892
Pages: 232
Size: 23.4 x 15.6
Binding: Hardback
Imprint: Boydell Press
Series: Haskins Society Journal
Subject: Medieval History
BIC Class: HBLC1

Details updated on 16 Apr 2014

Contents

  • 1  Buckets, Monasteries and Crannógs: Material Culture and the Rewriting of Early Medieval British History
  • 2  Punishing Bodies and Saving Souls: Capital and Corporal Punishment in Late Anglo-Saxon England
  • 3  Writing Latin History for a Lay Audience c. 1000: Dudo of St. Quentin at the Norman Court
  • 4  Between Neighbors and Saints: Waleran I of Meulan and the Allegiance of Lesser Lords in the Eleventh Century
  • 5  Who Founded Durtal? Reconsidering the Evidence
  • 6  Robert Curthose: Ineffectual Duke or Victim of Spin
  • 7  The Chivalric Transformation and the Origins of Tournament as seen through Norman Chroniclers
  • 8  An Internal Frontier? The Relationship between Mainland Southern Italy and Sicily in the 'Norman' Kingdom
  • 9  'Hywel in the World'
  • 10  Prices, Price Controls, and Market Forces in England under Edward I c. 1294-1307