Journal Nottingham Medieval Studies, vol. 67

Nottingham Medieval Studies 67 (2023)

Special Issue: Centres and Peripheries in Medieval Britain and France. Essays in Honour of Michael Jones

  • Pages: 293 p.
  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Illustrations:7 b/w, 1 tables b/w., 2 maps b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2023

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-60404-6
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    Preface – DAVID GREEN

    Appreciation – JULIA BARROW

    Earnwine the Priest and Earnwig the Sheriff: King’s Thegns in Nottinghamshire and Beyond in the Eleventh Century – JULIA BARROW

    A Question of Mutual Loyalty: Contractual Relations between the Normans and the Iberians during their Military Activities in the Iberian Peninsula (c. 1018–c. 1134) – LUCAS VILLEGAS-ARISTIZABAL

    Cohesion in English School Education, c.1200–1540 – NICHOLAS ORME

    Town and Crown: Representation and Categorisation in Fourteenth-Century England – GWILYM DODD

    Centres and Peripheries in the Plantagenet Apanages – DAVID GREEN

    Wine and the War at Sea: Convoy Escort Duty and Naval Enterprise in the 1370s – ANDREW AYTON

    Bishop Buckingham Goes to Town – ALISON MCHARDY

    Nuisance and Nuisance-makers in Late Medieval Nottingham: An Analysis of the Mickletorn Jury Presentments, October 1407 – RICHARD JONES

    BL MS Harley 2250: A Fifteenth-Century Cheshire Miscellany – THORLAC TURVILLE-PETRE

    A Courtier is Always in Danger: Jean de Bueil and the Perils of the Court – CRAIG TAYLOR

    The Gascon Rolls: an Anglo-French Research Project and its Vicissitudes, 1885-2020 – MALCOLM VALE

    Select Bibliography – ROSS BALZARETTI