Conquest, Anarchy and Lordship: Yorkshire, 1066-1154

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Cambridge University Press, 20 juin 2002 - 368 pages
Focusing on Yorkshire, by far the largest English county, this book examines three of the most important themes in the period described by Sir Frank Stenton as "the first century of English feudalism": the Norman conquest, the anarchy of Stephen's reign, and the nature of lordship and land tenure. In each case the book offers a strong challenge to dominant and accepted historical interpretations that will alter significantly our conception of Anglo-Norman politics and government.
 

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THE NORMAN CONQUEST OF YORKSHIRE
19
THE TRANSFORMATION OF YORKSHIRE 10661135 TERRITORIAL CONSOLIDATION AND ADMINISTRATIVE INTEGRATION
79
THE TRANSFORMATION OF YORKSHIRE 10861135 MILITARY ENFEOFFMENT AND MONASTERIES
113
THE REIGN OF STEPHEN
145
THE SCOTS IN THE NORTH
196
CARTAE BARONUM NEW ENFEOFFMENTS AND THE NATURE OF THE HONOUR
231
THE FIRST CENTURY OF ENGLISH FEUDALISM
257
Tables
298
Select bibliography
307
Index
318
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Page xviii - SFC Milsom, Historical Foundations of the Common Law (2nd edn, London, 1981) SFC Milsom, The Legal Framework of English Feudalism (Cambridge, 1976) W.
Page xviii - Dove. ^Charters of the Honour of Mowbray 1107-1191 ed. DE Greenway, (British Academy Records of Social and Economic History ns i, 1972) no.

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