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

By John Gillingham

Seven papers during this quantity take care of England, six (four of them in French) with northern and western France. One significant concentration is at the endowment and construction of church buildings in England from the overdue Anglo-Saxon interval to the early 13th century; a moment vital team appears to be like at conflict, uprising and castle-building in Normandy and Poitou. 3 papers examine the worth of charters and writs for an realizing of political constructions in Anglo-Saxon and twelfth-century England; and there are reports 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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M. Fryde, ‘The Roots of Magna Carta. Opposition to the Plantagenets’, dans Political Thought and the Realities of Power in the Middle Ages, dir. J. Canning, O. G. Oexle, Göttingen 1998, 3–65, et Why Magna Carta? Angevin England Revisited, Münster 2001, que l’auteur nous a généreusement communiqué, sous sa forme manuscrite, avant sa parution. 3 A. Debord, La société laïque dans les pays de la Charente, Xe–XIIe siècles, Paris 1984, 382–96. , 392. , en dernier lieu, C. Dubuc, ‘Les possessions poitevines des Lusignan’, et B.

Turner et N. Vincent dans La cour Plantagenêt (1154–1204), dir. M. Aurell, Poitiers 2000. 10 ‘Kingship, Chivalry and Love. Political and Cultural Values in the Earliest History written in French: Geoffrey Gaimar’s Estoire des Engleis’, dans J. Gillingham, The English in the Twelfth Century, Woodbridge 2000, 233–58. Révolte nobiliaire et lutte dynastique 27 empiétements des officiers de la monarchie sur la juridiction seigneuriale, à leurs excessives exigences fiscales ou au caractère autoritaire des décisions du gouvernement et de leur application.

H. Kantorowicz et B. Smalley, ‘An English Theologian’s View of Roman Law: Pepo, Irnerius, Ralph Niger’, Mediaeval and Renaissance Studies 1, 1943, 237–52. 28 Anglo-Norman Studies XXIV féodal traditionnel contemple la rébellion comme un acte de félonie, comme une rupture arbitraire du serment de la foi et de l’hommage. 16 En voici quelques exemples. 22 Toutefois, que le roi réprime moins sévèrement que par le passé l’indiscipline de ses chevaliers ne diminue en rien la rigidité de son idée sur l’obéissance.

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