Anglo-Norman Studies XXXIX (inbunden)
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Cleaver, Laura (contributions)/Plassmann, Alheydis (contributions)/Williams, Ann (contributions)/Golding, Brian (contributions)/Meijns, Brigitte (contributions)/Clark, Christopher M. (contributions)/Whittick, Dr Christopher (contributions)/Ridel, Elisabeth (contributions)/Barrau, Julie (contribution
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Anglo-Norman Studies XXXIX (inbunden)

Anglo-Norman Studies XXXIX

Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2016

Inbunden, Engelska, 2017-06-16
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Anglo-Norman Studies is nothing if not wide-ranging. One opens each new volume expecting to find the unexpected - new light on old arguments, new material, new angles. MEDIUM AEVUM This year's volume continues to demonstrate the vitality of scholarship in this area, across a variety of disciplines. Topics include the forging of the Battle Abbey Chronicle; warring schoolmasters in eleventh-century Rouen; theimpact of the Conquest on England; the circulation of manuscripts between England and Normandy; and Earl Harold and the Foundation of Waltham Holy Cross. Contributors: Julie Barrau, Christopher Clark, Laura Cleaver, Stefan de Jong, Simon Keynes, Tom Licence, Brigitte Meijns, Thomas O'Donnell, Alheydis Plassman, Elisabeth Ridel, Chris Whittick, Ann Williams
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Elisabeth van Houts is Honorary Professor of European Medieval History, University of Cambridge, and Fellow of Emmanuel College. Christopher Whittick spent 44 years as an archivist in local government and is now a freelance cataloguer, researcher and editor. Laura Cleaver is Senior Lecturer in Manuscript Studies at the Institute of English Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London. Her research focuses on manuscripts made in England and France in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries and on the sale of pre-modern manuscripts in the early twentieth century.


Why Do Battles Matter? - Christopher M. Clark From Conquest to Commonwealth: Cross-Channel Circulation of Biblical Culture in the Anglo-Norman World - Julie Barrau Documentation, Forgery and the Making of the Chronicle of Battle Abbey (British Library, MS Cotton Domitian A II) - Laura Cleaver Rival Schoolmasters in Early Eleventh-Century Rouen with Special Reference to the Poetry of Warner of Rouen (fl. 996-1027) (The Marjorie Chibnall Memorial Essay) - Stefan de Jong Remembering the Battle of Hastings: Memorialization, le Souvenir Normand, and the Entente Cordiale - Brian Golding Earl Harold and the Foundation of Waltham Holy Cross (1062) - Simon Keynes Edward the Confessor and the Succession Question: A Fresh Look at the Sources - Tom Licence England and Flanders Around 1066: The Cult of the English Saints Oswald and Lewinna in the Comital Abbey of Bergues - Brigitte Meijns The Carmen de Hastingae Proelio: Politics and the Poetics of 1067 - Thomas O'Donnell England and Germany: Two Perspectives - Alheydis Plassmann Les preparatifs nautiques de la Conquete: un heritage viking? Les mots ont la parole... - Elisabeth Ridel Battle Abbey and the Vellomaniacs - Locating the Monastic Archive - Christopher Whittick, Senior Archivist Of Danes and Thegns and Domesday Book: Scandinavian Settlement in eleventh-century Berkshire - Ann Williams