By Peter Coss, Christopher Tyerman
Chivalric tradition, infantrymen and soldiering, and treason, politics and the court docket shape the most issues of this quantity - as is acceptable in a publication which honours the prestigious medievalist Maurice prepared. The essays, all by way of eminent students within the box, conceal such themes as the Aristocracy and mobility in Anglo-Saxon society; chivalry and courtliness; the campaign and chivalric rules; chivalry and artwork; devotional literature; piety and chivalry; army approach; the victualling of castles; Bertrand du Guesclin; squaddies' better halves; army groups in fourteenth-century England; army and administrative carrier one of the fifteenth-century gentry; treason, disinvestiture and the disgracing of palms; and treason in Lancastrian Normandy. total, they mirror the variety of the honoree's pursuits, the intensity of his scholarship, the overseas flavour of his paintings, and his specific contribution to historic scholarship. the quantity contains appreciations from a former student and associates, and ends with a bibliography of his paintings.
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What happened to their wives and families? One should imagine a kind of Richter scale of displacement by violent political events, with the consequences of the Norman Conquest at the top of it, and other shocks, making or breaking not only noblemen, but also 55 56 57 58 59 60 K. ] Leyser, Communications and Power in Medieval Europe. The Gregorian Revolution and Beyond, ed. T. Reuter (London, 1994), pp. 33–44. S. Keynes, The Diplomas of King Æthelred ‘The Unready’ 978–1016. A Study in Their Use as Historical Evidence (Cambridge, 1980), pp.
His will shows that he certainly possessed armour but this was ‘probably in pristine condition never having been worn or wielded in anger’. Edmund comes across as a civilian in his interests and lifestyle, and perhaps a rather bookish sort of man. He certainly had his connections, for he was a member of the royal household and held many offices and commissions in the counties of the Thames Valley. What Archer shows here, above all, is the deep permeation of chivalric values even among the least warlike of medieval landowners.
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