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Anglo-Saxon military institutions on the eve of the Norman Conquest

C. Warren (Charles Warren) Hollister

Anglo-Saxon military institutions on the eve of the Norman Conquest

by C. Warren (Charles Warren) Hollister

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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anglo-Saxons,
  • Great Britain -- History, Military

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [153]-162.

    Statementby C. Warren Hollister.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA152 H66
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 170 p.
    Number of Pages170
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16483695M

    For more detail on the Anglo-Saxon system, see C. Warren Hollister, Anglo-Saxon military institutions on the eve of the Norman Conquest (); and Richard P. Abels, Lordship and military obligation in Anglo-Saxon England (London, ); on Anglo-Norman military service, see J.H. Round, Feudal England (); C. Warren Hollister, The military. The Effects of the Norman Conquest on Anglo-Saxon Aristocracy In , William the Conqueror successfully invaded England. He established himself as king and began to implement his policies for complete control over the subjugated territory. The Norman invasion did not involve a large influx of people: but, rather a.

    75 Loyn, H. R., “ Anglo-Saxon Kinship,” Anglo Saxon England 3 (): – , with cited references, is an adequate guide to these. 76 This is perhaps best illustrated from novels. Kadare, Ismail, Broken April (New York, ), is a wonderfully troubling evocation of the fear experienced by an Albanian feud killer in very recent. Anglo-Saxon law, the body of legal principles that prevailed in England from the 6th century until the Norman Conquest (). In conjunction with Scandinavian law and the so-called barbarian laws (leges barbarorum) of continental Europe, it made up the body of law called Germanic law. Anglo-Saxon law was written in the vernacular and was relatively free of the Roman influence found in.

    Book vi, year “Hida autem Anglice vocatur terra unius aratri cultura sufficiens per annum.” 2. William Stubbs. The Constitutional History of England in its Origin and Development. Oxford: Clarendon Press, P footnote 2. 3. C. Warren Hollister. Anglo-Saxon Military Institutions on the Eve of the Norman Conquest. Author of Medieval Europe, Roots of the Western tradition, The making of England, 55 B.C. to , The West transformed, Anglo-Saxon military institutions on the eve of the Norman conquest, Medieval Europe, Medieval Europe, Medieval Europe.


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