Papers from the Third Strawberry Hill Conference, 1986
`offers interesting and unusual insights into the life of the medieval knight.' Zeitschr - fur Rom. Philol105, 5/6 1989 * . *
David Crouch is a fellow of the British Academy and author of a number of editions of medieval documents, most recently The Acts and Letters of the Marshal Family (2015) for the Camden Society. He has written extensively on medieval politics and society, and was also editor of Volume 10 (Howden and Howdenshire) of the Victoria History of Yorkshire East Riding.
Preface Introduction Strategies of Lordship in Angevin England and the Career of William Marshal - David Crouch From Clerk to Knight: Changing Orders - Jean Dunbabin Knights and Knighthood in Girart de Rousillon - W. Mary Hackett The Depiction of Battle in Wolfram von Eschenbach's Willehalm - Martin H Jones The Quest for Identity and the Importance of Lineage in Thirteenth-Century French Prose Romance - Elspeth Kennedy 'Cavalaria et Orgueill': Duke William IX of Aquitaine and the Historian - Jane P. Martindale Military Surgery: Knights, Sergeants and Raimon of Avignon's Version of the Chirurgia of Roger of Salerno [1180-1209] -