From Domesday Book to Magna Carta, 1087-1216

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Clarendon Press, 1951 - 541 sivua

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GOVERNMENT AND SOCIETY
1
The kings household
8
The Feudal army
15
The Feudal incidents
25
Forest officers
32
Legal status of villeins
39
Commutation of villein services for money rents
45
The Manor of Great Tew
52
Sculpture
263
The reign of David I
269
and William the Lion
275
Williams relations with King John
281
Powys
285
English colonization in South Wales
287
Henry IIs campaign 1157
292
Rise of Llywelyn ap Iorworth
298

Agricultural prosperity
54
The system of frankpledge 394
57
Rural merrymakings
60
Conversion of villages into towns
66
Continental influence on borough constitutions
72
Communications
79
Craft gilds
85
The wine trade
91
THE CONQUEST OF NORMANDY
97
Trial of William of St Calais Bishop of Durham
104
Campaigns against the Vexin and Maine I I I
111
THE ANARCHY
132
The end of the Anarchy
151
Henrys marriage with Eleanor of Aquitaine
163
William Rufus methods of extortion
169
The mission of Cardinal Walter of Albano I 75
176
Henry Is government of the Church
183
Stephens relations with the Church
190
Youth and education of Thomas Becket
197
Quarrel between Henry II and Becket
205
Coronation of Henry the Young King 2 I 2
214
Failure of the Reform Movement
222
Orthodoxy of the twelfth century
230
LEARNING LITERATURE AND
232
The beginning of the University
238
The introduction of Arabic Science into the West
244
Language
250
Influence of Provence
256
English intervention
305
Results of Henry IIs expedition
311
Results of Johns Irish policy
317
Acquisition of the Vexin
323
and his family
329
Effects of the war
338
Philip Augustus and Henry II
342
Position of Count John
348
Unpopularity of Longchamp
354
in captivity
362
Conquest of Eastern Normandy 106
365
Hubert Walter
369
The building of Château Gaillard
375
Reopening of the war
381
Growth of Royal Jurisdiction
387
Appeal of felony and indictment
397
Trial by jury
403
The Assize of Mort dAncestor
409
The origin of the Exchequer
416
The Jews and Moneylenders
423
His interest in judicial matters
429
Sea Law
439
Election of Stephen Langton
445
Johns alliances
452
Stephen Langton in England
463
H siege of Rochester
481
BIBLIOGRAPHY
487

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