Anglo-Norman Studies VI: Proceedings of the Battle Conference 1983
Battles in England and Normandy 1066-1154; Philip II's Fortress Policy in Normandy; Order of Sempringham; Anselm's Letters; Henry I, War and Diplomacy; Introduction of Knight Service in England; Scandinavian nfluence in 11th-Century Norman Literature; Gesta Normannorum; Architectural implications of Decreta Lanfranci; William and the Church of Rome; Lincoln Cathedral; `Lewes Group' of Wall Paintings; Knights Templar at Shipley Church. J. BRADBURY, C. COULSON, R. FOREVILLE, W. FRçHLICH, C.W. HOLLISTER, J.C. HOLT, E. VAN HOUTS, G. HUISMAN, A.W. KLUKAS, P.A. MACCARINI, D. OWEN, D. PARK, R. GEM.30 plates, figs.
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The Letters Omitted from Anselms Collection of Letters
the reign of Henry I
The Introduction of Knight Service in England
Scandinavian Influence in Norman Literature of the Eleventh Century
Notes on the Manuscript Tradition of Dudo of St Quentins Gesta
The Architectural Implications of the Decreta Lanfranci
William the Conqueror and the Church of Rome from the Epistolae
The Norman Cathedral at Lincoln
The Lewes Group of Wall Paintings in Sussex
An Early Church of the Knights Templars at Shipley Sussex
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