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Andrew Rabin

with a more evenly balanced blend of the conventions of preaching and law-making’. Wormald 1999d : 340–1. 67 These questions have been usefully explored by M.K. Lawson, whose study of Cnut’s reign highlights the political interdependence of Crown and Church during the period of conquest. Lawson

in The political writings of Archbishop Wulfstan of York
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Graham A. Loud

contemporaries is surprisingly consistent – and one should stress that there is no indication of interdependence between these various sources. That his rule was often harsh was a product of the circumstances in which the kingdom of Sicily was created, and the long struggle that King Roger waged against those who opposed him. For, though crowned in 1130, he was only securely in control of his kingdom from 1139

in Roger II and the creation of the Kingdom of Sicily