Anglo-Norman Studies V: Proceedings of the Battle Conference by R. Allen Brown

By R. Allen Brown

Norman Romanesque Sculpture: nearby teams; Roman de Rouand the Norman Conquest; Bayeux Tapestry; army carrier earlier than 1066; England and Byzantium; Abbatiale de Bernay; Sompting Church; William's Sheriffs; the home of Redvers and its Foundations; Anglo-Norman Verse; The Umfravilles in Northumberland; Chronicon ex Chronicis; improvement of Stamford; kinfolk among Crown and Episcopacy. M. BAYLE;, M. BENNETT, D. BERNSTEIN, M. CHIBNALL, ok. CIGGAAR, R.R. DARLINGTON, J. DECAENS, R. GEM, J. eco-friendly, S.F. HOCKEY, R.C. JOHNSTON, L. willing, P. McGURK, C. MAHANY, D. ROFFE, D. WALKER. sixty four plates, figs.

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2 9 Henry of Huntingdon, Historia Angbrum, ed. T. Arnold, Rolls Series, 1879,203. See R. A. 129. 30 E. Taylor, Master Wace, his Chronicle of the Normun Conquest, London 1 83 7. P. who believed himself a descendant of Hugh de Gournai. See frontispiece and LINB, 7, 803-4,14,407. 31 A. Warburton, Rollo and his Raw, or, In the Footsteps of the Nonnans, 2nd edn, London 1848, 2,177. Poetry as History? the "sophisters, economists and calculators" of the present day, (who) wonder at the importance which the Norman of ancient line attaches to his family records.

In the 1160s, Henry I1 was attempting t o define the extent and nature of military service owed to the Crown, and he was keen t o revise thcsc obligations at a higher level. His enquiries resulted in the 'Cartae Baronum' of 1166, and roused concerted baronial opposition in 1168, as they asserted that they owed only traditional knight-service. Henry's attempt to do the same in Normandy in 1172. 67 Clearly the discussion of military obligations was an important political issue when Wace wrote. Perhaps the interview with William represents in the poet's mind a meeting with his own fearsome king, before whoni strong men trembled.

T. Arnold, Rolls Series, 1879,203. See R. A. 129. 30 E. Taylor, Master Wace, his Chronicle of the Normun Conquest, London 1 83 7. P. who believed himself a descendant of Hugh de Gournai. See frontispiece and LINB, 7, 803-4,14,407. 31 A. Warburton, Rollo and his Raw, or, In the Footsteps of the Nonnans, 2nd edn, London 1848, 2,177. Poetry as History? the "sophisters, economists and calculators" of the present day, (who) wonder at the importance which the Norman of ancient line attaches to his family records.

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