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VI FIGHTING WITH THE LANCE: THE OLD STYLE AND THE NEW The Battle of Hastings: the Norman knights advance to the attack, some using the lance as a javelin, others handling it in the new manner. Bayeux Tapestry, end of the eleventh century 302
VII FIGHTING WITH THE LANCE: THE NEW STYLE Frieze of west façade of Angoulême Cathedral, first third of the twelfth century 303
VIII SETTING FIRE TO A WOODEN CASTLE Capture of Dinan. Bayeux Tapestry, end of the eleventh century 334
IX THE BARON BUILDS IN STONE The keep of Langeais, built in 994-995 by Fulk Nerra, Count of Anjou 335
X ARMING A NEW KNIGHT The young Offa receives his arms from King Wermund; a pen-and-ink sketch in Matthew Paris, Historia de Offa Rege, perhaps by the author himself (about 1250) 366
XI THE ANOINTING OF A KING Ordo of the Coronation Ceremony of the Kings of France. MS. dating from the beginning of the fourteenth century; the miniatures perhaps copied from models of slightly earlier date facing page367
XII THE LAND OF THE SLAVS, GERMANIA, GAUL (THE IMPERIAL TERRITORIES ON THE LEFT BANK OF THE RHINE), AND ROME DO OBEISANCE TO THE EMPEROR OTTO III From Otto III’s Gospelbook, School of Reichenau, end of the tenth century 398
XIII THE LORD OF THE HILLS BECOMES THE LORD OF THE PLAIN The Castle of Canossa in the Emilian Apennines 399

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