By R. Allen Brown
Aquitainian Participation within the Conquest; Stereotype Normans in Vernacular Literature; Byzantine Marginalia to the Norman Conquest; Norman Architectural Patronage; Domesday e-book and the Teneurial Revolution; Henry of Huntingdon and Historia Anglorum; Domesday Inquest and Land Adjudication; Abbey of Cava; Post-Conquest Attitudes to the Saints of the Anglo-Saxons; Danish Geometrical Viking Fortresses; Holy Face of Lucca. G. BEECH, M. BENNETT, okay. CIGGAAR, E. FERNIE, R. FLEMING, D. GREENWAY, P. HYAMS, G.A. LOUD, S.J. RIDYARD, E. ROESDAHL, D. WEBB.34 plates, figs.
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66 67 del chargcor crent meii le trcf avaient ja tendu. Le Roman de Rou, ITI, 1017743 adding, with hindsight: 'Deus quel pechiC e qud E u ! T i t h such dire results drunkenness could not be a cause of amusement. Overall though thcrc is not enough information to ascribe it to the Norn~ansas a typical characteristic. Now let us turn to an even marc serious matter - the issue of Norman treaclzcry. 70 Tn this paen1 the Normans are depicted as the threat to thc child-king Louis, due to inherit the lands of France from his father Charlernagne, Louisbpiety is held up to scorn, as making him fit only to be a monk, and thc Normans seck to takc advantage of this by rehsing to serve him, While the hero, William, is away saving Rome, the conventionally-named duke Richard 'ii viel3gaes m e step further by imprisoning Louis in Rouen.
He plays a prominent part, along with ktlow-PJormans Bohcmond and Tancred, and other famous names. The chansons de gate concerning the First Crusade, chiefly La Gonqrrlte deJe"msulcm and La Ctlaflson dPAcilntioclzetreat these leaders in the same conventional way as other gestef; do Charlemagne's peers,'' For example: Godefrois de Bouillon 2 la chicre mcmbrec Et dans Hucs li Mrtines, qui 19eenseign& a porde Robcrs de Norn~endieqtli tloirs ert corne pevree; LL"Estoire,5'73748. Ed. S, Duparc-Quioc, La Charzson d9Antiorhr, Docun~entsr4htlfs A t%hisroirc des croisadcs publikes par I'tlcadamie des Inscriptxons et Belles-Lettres, 11, 2 vols, Parts 19'76, 107t3;La- Gorrqutte deJevtrsalorn, ed.
First, a review of the sources studied, Investigation of the chansons de geste 'that large body of ideological matcrial' (as a Marxist friend once describeri them) with their emphasis on warlike virtues, quickly showed why such little work had been done in this field. Apart from some brief pieces by J. Bkdier, R. Louis, H. Gregoire and J. D. As R o l a ~ didentified , by D, Douglas, amongst others, is generally considered to be a product of Poitou, the Limousin and 'French' France, this is not, perhaps, surprising.