The Normans in England 1066-1154
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The Normans in England 1066-1154

By A. E. Bland
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Table of Contents
  • THE NORMANS IN ENGLAND
  • INTRODUCTION
  • NOTE TO THIS VOLUME
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • THE NORMANS IN ENGLAND (1066–1154)
  • THE CHARACTER OF THE SAXONS AND NORMANS CONTRASTED.
  • THE HARRYING OF THE NORTH (1069).
  • THE RESISTANCE IN THE FENS (1070).
  • THE DEPRESSION OF THE ENGLISH (1070).
  • NORMAN MEASURES AFTER THE CONQUEST, AND THE FUSION OF THE RACES.
  • THE STATUTES OF WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR.
  • THE ORDEAL OF THE GLOWING IRON.
  • ORDINANCE OF WILLIAM I., SEPARATING THE SPIRITUAL AND TEMPORAL COURTS.
  • THE VINDICATION OF A SAXON SAINT (1072).
  • ORDINANCE OF THE COUNCIL TOUCHING THE DISPUTE BETWEEN CANTERBURY AND YORK AS TO THE PRIMACY (1072).
  • THE REVIVAL OF MONASTICISM (1074).
  • THE CONSPIRACY OF THE EARLS (1074).
  • THE CROWN AND THE PAPACY: THE CONQUEROR’S LETTER TO HILDEBRAND (c. 1080).
  • NORMAN ABBOTS AND SAXON MONKS (1083).
  • DOMESDAY BOOK (1085).
  • THE DOMESDAY COMMISSION (1085).
  • THE FORM OF THE DOMESDAY INQUEST (1085).
  • THE DOMESDAY DESCRIPTION OF SHREWSBURY.
  • THE SALISBURY OATH OF FEALTY (1086).
  • HOMAGE AND FEALTY.
  • THE ENDOWMENT OF BATTLE ABBEY (1087).
  • CHARACTER OF WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR AND OF HIS REIGN.
  • FORESTS AND THE ROYAL LOVE OF HUNTING.
  • THE TRAINING AND TEMPERAMENT OF WILLIAM RUFUS.
  • THE REBELLION OF BISHOP ODO (1088).
  • ROYAL PROCEDURE AGAINST A BISHOP.
  • THE ILLNESS OF WILLIAM RUFUS, AND THE APPOINTMENT OF ANSELM AS ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY (1093).
  • THE QUARREL OF WILLIAM RUFUS AND ANSELM (1093–94).
  • THE FIRST CRUSADE (1095).
  • THE PAWNING OF NORMANDY (1097).
  • THE JEWS UNDER WILLIAM RUFUS (1098).
  • THE DEATH OF WILLIAM RUFUS (1100).
  • THE CHARACTER OF THE REIGN OF WILLIAM RUFUS.
  • THE FOUNDATION OF THE CISTERCIAN ORDER BY STEPHEN HARDING.
  • FASHIONS AT THE COURTS OF WILLIAM RUFUS AND HENRY I.
  • THE CHARTER OF HENRY I. (1101).
  • HENRY I.’S APOLOGY TO ANSELM FOR BEING CROWNED IN THE LATTER’S ABSENCE (1100).
  • THE INVESTITURE CONTROVERSY (1100–1107).
  • OPPRESSIVE TAXATION UNDER HENRY I. (1105).
  • THE BATTLE OF TENCHEBRAI (1106).
  • CONSOLIDATION OF THE POWER OF HENRY I. (1107).
  • HENRY I.’S CHARTER OF LIBERTIES TO THE CITY OF LONDON.
  • SOCIAL EVILS AND DRASTIC PUNISHMENTS (1108).
  • THE SHIPWRECK OF WILLIAM, SON OF HENRY I. (1120).
  • A NORMAN PRELATE.
  • THE ORGANISATION OF THE EXCHEQUER.
  • THE DEVELOPMENT OF EXCHEQUER PROCEDURE IN RELATION TO ROYAL REVENUE.
  • THE OATH OF THE BARONS TO SUPPORT THE SUCCESSION OF MATILDA THE EMPRESS (1126).
  • THE DISPUTED ELECTION OF AN ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY (1123).
  • THE DEATH AND CHARACTER OF HENRY I.
  • THE ACCESSION OF STEPHEN (1135).
  • THE PERJURY OF THE BARONS (1135).
  • THE CORONATION OATH OF KING STEPHEN (1136).
  • FEUDAL ANARCHY UNDER STEPHEN.
  • WALES AND THE WELSH (1136).
  • THE BATTLE OF THE STANDARD (1138).
  • KING STEPHEN’S ATTACK ON THE BISHOPS (1139).
  • THE CHARACTER AND CAREER OF ROGER, BISHOP OF SALISBURY.
  • THE BATTLE OF LINCOLN (1141).
  • THE DEPOSITION OF KING STEPHEN (1141).
  • THE CAREER OF GEOFFREY DE MANDEVILLE (1143.)
  • THE TREATY OF PEACE BETWEEN KING STEPHEN AND PRINCE HENRY (1153).
  • THE NEW MOVEMENT IN HISTORY TEACHING
  • FOOTNOTES:
  • Transcriber’s Notes
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