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" ... of his holding, whether in hidage or in value, I maintain that the extent of that obligation was not determined by his holding, but was fixed in relation to, and expressed in terms of, the constabularia of ten knights, the unit of the feudal host.... "
The Early Norman Castles of the British Isles - Page 60
by Ella S. Armitage - 1912 - 408 pages
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Feudal England: Historical Studies on the XIth and XIIt Centuries

John Horace Round - 1895 - 616 pages
...constabularia of ten knights, the unit of the feudal host. And I, consequently, hold that his military service was in no way derived or developed from that of the...fixed by the king, from whom he received his fief, irrespectively both of its size and of all pre-existent arrangements. Such propositions, of course,...
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The Scutage and Knight Service in England

James Fosdick Baldwin - 1897 - 152 pages
...of, the constabularia of {en knights, the unit of the feudaMipst. And .... that his military service was in no way derived or developed from that of the AngloSaxons, but was arbitrarilyjixed by^the king, from whom he received his fief, irrespectively both of its size and of...
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Studies and Notes Supplementary to Stubbs' Constitutional History ..., Volume 1

Charles Petit-Dutaillis - 1908 - 190 pages
...constabularia of ten knights, the unit of the feudal host. And I, consequently, hold that his military service was in no way derived or developed from that of the...fixed by the king, from whom he received his fief." We believe, with Mr. Round, that this solution is correct, and that it " removes all difficulties."...
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Studies and Notes Supplementary to Stubbs' Constitutional History ..., Volume 1

Charles Petit-Dutaillis, Georges Lefebvre - 1908 - 196 pages
...ten knights, the unit of the feudal host. I And I, consequently, hold that his military service was m no way derived or developed from that of the Anglo-Saxons,...fixed by the king, from whom he received his fief." We believe, with Mr. Round, that this solution is correct, and that it " removes all difficulties."...
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Feudal England: Historical Studies on the XIth and XIIth Centuries

John Horace Round - 1909 - 587 pages
...constabularia of ten knights, the unit of the feudal host. And I, consequently, hold that his military service was in no way derived or developed from that of the...fixed by the king, from whom he received his fief, irrespectively both of its size and of all pre-existent arrangements. Such propositions, of course,...
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Anglo-Norman Studies VI: Proceedings of the Battle Conference 1983

R. Allen Brown, Reginald Allen Brown - 1984 - 286 pages
...inaccurate. It is contained in his statement: I hold that . . . [the tenant-in-chief 's] military service was in no way derived or developed from that of the...fixed by the king, from whom he received his fief, irrespectively both of its size and of all pre-existent arrangements.75 It is clear from the context...
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Anglo-Norman Warfare: Studies in Late Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman Military ...

Matthew Strickland - 1992 - 312 pages
...inaccurate. It is contained in his statement: I hold that . . . [the tenant-in-chief 's] military service was in no way derived or developed from that of the...fixed by the king, from whom he received his fief, irrespectively both of its size and of all pre-existent arrangements.75 It is clear from the context...
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