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. 41 Georg Waitz, ‘Ueber die Gesta und Historia regis Ludovici VII’, Neues Archiv der Gesellschaft für ältere deutsche Geschichtskunde ’ 6 (1881), 119–28; Léopold Delisle, ‘Notes sur quelques manuscrits du Musée britannique’, Mémoires de la Société de l’Histoire de Paris et de l’Ile-de-France 4 (1878), 183–238 (p. 209); Spiegel, The Chronicle Tradition of Saint-Denis , pp. 50–1. 42 RM, pp. xlv–xlvi. For discussion of Robert the Monk’s appeal in Germany see Damien Kempf, ‘Towards a Textual Archaeology of the First Crusade’, in Writing

in Constructing kingship

1 OV, Vol. VI, pp. 46–50; VLG , pp. 46–50; Actes , Vol. I, p. 43, no. 22. 2 Ralph B. Yewdale, Bohemond I, Prince of Antioch (Princeton, 1924), pp. 3–39. 3 Archives d’Anjou: Recueil de documents et mémoires inédits sur cette province , ed. Paul A. Marchegay, 3 vols (Angers, 1843–54), Vol. III, p. 242, no. 396. See also Nicholas L. Paul, ‘A Warlord’s Wisdom: Literacy and Propaganda at the Time of the First Crusade’, Speculum 85 (2010), 534–66. 4 OV, Vol. VI, p. 68

in Constructing kingship

-Remi de Reims au XIe siècle’, Bulletin Archéologique du Comité des Travaux Historique et Scientifique , n.s. 8 (1972), pp. 51–98. 19 Dom G. Marlot, Mémoires pour l’histoire de l’abbaie de St-Remy de Reims (1658), Bibliothèque Nationale, Collection de Champagne, no

in Frankland
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The impact of political climate and historiographical tradition on writing their ninth-century history

, pp. 80–1. 38 H. Morice, Mémoires pour servir de preuves à l’histoire ecclésiastique et civile de Bretagne , 3 vols. (Paris, 1742–46). 39 Morice, Mémoires pour servir de preuves , vol. 1, pp. ii–iii, vol. 3, col. 1

in Frankland

(London, 1978), 211. 110 Russell, Peacemaking in the Renaissance , 78; Mémoires de sire Philippe de Commynes , in Historiens et chroniqueurs du Moyen Âge , ed. and tr. E. Pognon (Bruges, 1952), IV

in Peacemaking in the Middle Ages

The Frankish World , pp. 51–70. 5 E.g. (though I need many more examples) D. D. Kosambi, ‘Origins of feudalism in Kashmir’, in Feudal Social Formation in Early India , ed. D. N. Jha (Delhi, 1987), pp. 130–44, at p. 141; François, baron de Tott, Mémoires du baron de Tott sur les Turcs et les

in Frankland

–177. 28 E.  M. Hallam (ed.), The Itinerary of Edward II and his Household, 1307–1328, List and Index Society 211 (London: Swift, 1984). 29 H. Poole and J. P. Gilson (eds), Four Maps of Great Britain Designed by Matthew Paris about A.D. 1250 (London: British Museum, 1928). 30 It was published in facsimile with a memoir as: E. J. S. Parsons (ed.), The Map of Great Britain circa A.D. 1360 Known as The Gough Map (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1958). See also B. P. Hindle, ‘The towns and roads of the Gough Map’, The Manchester Geographer, 1 (1980), 35–49; Nick Millea

in Roadworks

’exemption monastique,” 301–19; Recueil des actes des ducs de Normandie de 911 à 1066 , ed. Marie Fauroux, Mémoires de la société des Antiquaires de Normandie 36 (Caen: Caron, 1961), no. 9, pp. 79–81; Falkenstein, La papauté et les abbayes françaises , 7. 25 Lemarignier, “Political and Monastic Structures,” 112. 26 Falkenstein, La papauté et les abbayes françaises , 106–25. 27 Tellenbach, The Church in Western Europe , 116. See also Bouchard, Rewriting Saints and Ancestors , 209; Paul Kehr, Das

in Freedom and protection

omnipotent: Edward I of England, conqueror of the Welsh and Hammer of the Scots, saw seven of his sixteen children die before they reached the age of seven. A more significant factor may have been gender, because boys appear more vulnerable than girls in their early years. James Grubb’s sample of the children of memoir writers in the Veneto suggests that over twice as many males as females died in their

in The life–cycle in Western Europe, c.1300-c.1500
A queer history

Bryher's work allows for multiple perspectives to develop in dialogue with and against each other and questions the very notion that there is something uniquely feminine about women's voices while reaffirming their necessity. Nor should we accept the fiction that Bryher's relationship to the early medieval past was purely incidental. In addition to her memoir and the novel Beowulf , Bryher was best known for her historical novels, including The Fourteenth of October , which

in Dating Beowulf