The History of the Norman Conquest of England: Its Causes and Its Results, Tom 5

Przednia okładka
Clarendon Press, 1876
 

Co mówią ludzie - Napisz recenzję

Nie znaleziono żadnych recenzji w standardowych lokalizacjach.

Spis treści

General fairness of the Commissioners conservative
48
Comparison between William and Theodoric i
56
Analogies between the Norman and Angevin
69
Sept 26 1087 No opposition to his succession his coronation 7576
75
104
77
Beginning of warfare between England and France
85
September The Crusades Robert pledges Normandy to Rufus
91
Designs of Rufus on France and Aquitaine his
99
Rufus 105106
105
ing of castles 111112
111
History of Carlisle Dolain driven out Cumberland
117
Rufus maintains the royal authority over the barons
125
PAGE
131
226
132
December 4 Consecration of Anselm dispute with Thomas
139
Aug 2 1100 Last year of Rufus his death and burial 147148
147
Henrys absences from England his bestowal
151
Seeming contradictions in his character 156157
156
Aug 3 1100 Henry elected King he appoints William Giffard
166
1106_1134 Imprisonment of Robert
175
II12 Imprisonment of Robert of Belesine 183184
183
Oct 20 1119 Council of Rheims dealings of Lewis with Pope
190
her succession confirmed 203205
205
Quarrel between Helias and William Rufus
207
Synod of Westminster its decrees against
221
Compromise between Henry and Paschal consecra
227
The Reign of Stephen
242
Renewed disputes with Scotland truces
263
Analogy between William Rufus and Richard
275
Alleged conspiracy against the Normans in England 281282
281
30
283
Roger Bishop of Salisbury his family and castles
287
Sept 8 1140 Nottingham burned by Robert
293
action of Queen Matilda the Empress flies
309
1258
312
1140_1181 Succession of Archbishops of York Saint William
315
tive quiet
317
100
321
with Eustace 323324
323
A D
325
Oct 25 1154 Death of Stephen
330
CHAPTER XXIV
333
the English kingdom
349
Rarity of foreign marriages among the Old English
357
PAGE
366
the First reliefs wardship and marriage 373376
373
Hereditary succession becomes the rule but
389
Legislation of the Norman Kings
395
PAGE
403
Gradual change in the character of the Assemblies
411
No formal change in the powers of the Assembly
417
Contrast between English and continental municipal
473
abolition
479
7071
484
Forms of conferring knighthood different meanings
485
PAGE
491
Changed relations of the Bishops to their
497
CHAPTER XXV
506
Changes in language before and after the Conquest 512513
512
Logs of inflexions
513
Corruption of grammatical forms comparisons with
539
Infusion of foreign words a sign of the fusion
545
English names borne by the sons of Danes and
559
Introduction of surnames in Normandy history
565
British and Danish names in England
571
577579
577
trast with Homer 583584
583
Introduction of rime French influence 589
589
595596
595
PAGE
597
Primitive Romanesque of Western Europe growth
601
teriors of the churches 612614
613
Origin of Norman Romanesque examples in Nor
621
Nornian style brought into England by Eadward
625
1096
631
Introduction of the pointed arch the form brought
639
Effect of the Conquest on domestic architecture
645
CHAPTER XXVII
652
Three periods of Henry the Seconds reign
659
Second quarrel between Henry and Thomas corona
665
I181 The Assize of Arms the use of mercenaries
681
Position of Arthur of Britanny
683
Release of William of Scotland from his special
689
Dec 7 1197 Council at Oxford Saint Hugh withstands
695
feiture of Normandy 701703
701
Return of the Archbishop Johns promises Council
709
Advance of municipal rights position of the Mayor
715
719720
721
PAGE
733
VOL V
753
Domesday
766
Notices of Outlawry in Domesday
801
The Condition of Kent Sussex and Surrey
810
U The Death of William Rufus
823
AA The Treaties between Henry the First and Robert
850
The Claim of Stephen to the Crown
856
FF The Treaty between Stephen and Henry
862
i
865
KK The Alleged Laws of William and Henry the First
868
Assemblies under the Norman Kings
876
NOTE PP The Exchequer
880

Inne wydania - Wyświetl wszystko

Kluczowe wyrazy i wyrażenia

Popularne fragmenty

Strona 685 - the act of the united nation, the Church, the barons, and the commons, for the first time thoroughly at one. It is in form only the act of the king ; in substance and in. historical position it is the first effort of a corporate life that has readied full consciousness, resolved to act for itself, and able to carry out the resolution.
Strona 805 - His ordinary form of indignant denial was "Do you take me for an Englishman?" The descendant of such a gentleman a hundred years later was proud of the English name.
Strona 258 - However a man tilled, the earth bare no corn ; for the land was all fordone by such deeds : and they said openly that Christ and his saints slept.
Strona 179 - Oc se kyng hit dide for to hauene sibbe of se eorl of Angeow, and for helpe to hauene togaenes hia neue Willelm.
Strona 257 - ... every powerful man made his castles, and held them against him ; and they filled the land full of castles. They cruelly oppressed the wretched men of the land with castle-works. When the castles were made, they filled them with devils and evil men.
Strona 535 - Englishman whose child was held at the font by a Norman gossip, the Englishman who lived on friendly terms with his Norman lord or his Norman neighbour, nay the Englishman who simply thought it fine to call his children after the reigning King and Queen, cast aside his own name and the names of his parents to give his sons and daughters names after the new foreign pattern. The children of Godric and Godgifu were no longer Godwine and Eadgyth, but William and Matilda.
Strona 842 - ... 2. Si quis baronum, comitum meorum sive aliorum qui' de me tenent, mortuus fuerit, haeres suus non redimet terram suam sicut faciebat tempore fratris mei, sed justa et legitima relevatione relevabit eam. Similiter et homines baronum meorum justa et legitima relevatione relevabunt terras suas de dominis suis.
Strona 239 - Series of poems as low as about the middle of the sixteenth century. We now find the Muses deeply engaged in religious controversy. The sudden revolution, Wrought in the opinions of mankind by the Reformation, is one of the most striking events in the history of the human mind. It could not but engross the attention of every individual in that age, and therefore no other writings would have any chance to be read, but such as related to this grand topic. The alterations made in the established religion...
Strona 539 - At the time of the Norman invasion of England, the practice of hereditary surnames seems still to have been a novelty in Normandy, but a novelty that was fast taking root. The members of the great Norman houses already bore surnames, sometimes territorial, sometimes patronymic, of which the former class easily became hereditary.
Strona 721 - ... tradition as to title preserved in the hundred. 1 Dd. iv. 165 : (Werrington, Devon) ' De mansione que uocatur Olwritona erat saisitus abbas Tauestochensis ea die qua rex Willelmus misit barones suos ad inquirendas terras anglie et antecessor suus ante eum fuerat inde saisitus, et per barones regis inde desaisitus fuit propter hoc quod testati sunt angli quod ad abbatiam non pertinuit ea die qua rex Edwardus uiuus et mortuus fuit.

Informacje bibliograficzne