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The History of the Norman Conquest of England, Its Causes and Its Results ...
Edward Augustus Freeman
Podgląd niedostępny - 2016
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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 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.