War, Justice, and Public Order: England and France in the Later Middle Ages

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Index
absolutism, French 5, 379, 387
abuses of power 251, 274, 302, 307
Acciaiuoli, the 54
accounting procedures 273
accusatorial process 154, 159, 160, 176
actions, possessory and proprietary 154
Adolf of Nassau 52
advocates 168, 252
Agenais, the 86, 224
agents, royal 14, 54, 72, 169, 170, 175, 185–6, 217, 223, 237 n., 256, 280, 281, 297, 311, 315, 326, 336, 381, 384, 387
agrarian society, interpretations of 347
aides 68, 69
Alan of Brittany, count 204 n.
Alan of Singleton, hereditary bailiff of Amounderness 273
Alberti, the 54
Albi, bishop of 233
Albigensian crusade 86
Albret, Amanieu d’ 241
Alexandria 97
Alfred the Great 382
alliances 59, 61
Alliterative Morte Arthure 336–8
Alnwick 87
Alphonse XI of Castile 193
Altschul, Michael 263
ambush 137, 143, 186, 236, 246, 253, 257, 259
amercements 166, 302
Amiens 262, 263
bailli of 251, 252
Ammanati of Pistoia 93
Amounderness, Lancashire 273
Ancient Custom, the 44, 49, 101, 235, 249
ancient demesne 36 n.
Andelot, prévôt of 164
Angevin Empire 117
Angevin Kings of England 18, 23, 153, 155, 198, 262, 382
Anglo-Saxon chronicle 220
Anglo-Saxon England 144, 154, 155, 261, 262
Anglo-Saxon kings 6, 16, 153, 292, 382
Anglure, Etienne d’ 242
Anjou 21, 275
counts of 149, 213
appeals 151, 159, 160, 163, 164, 167, 168, 278 n., 310, 385; see also Parlement of Paris
Aquinas, Thomas 13
Aquitaine 30, 86, 147, 385
Duke of 149
nobles of 216
War of 105, 106, 223
Aragon, French crusade against 75
archers 24, 25, 30, 31,207, 351
Argonne 237
Armagnac 165
Armagnac, house of 185, 235, 239, 249
war with house of Foix 185, 235, 239, 249
Armies 30, 31, 88, 99, 117, 357
English 31, 84, 122
French 30
paid 14, 15, 24, 25, 28, 31, 117

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Abbreviations xii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Enterprise of War 11
  • 2 - Royal Justice and Public Order 134
  • 3 - Chivalry, the State, and Public Order 184
  • 4 - Vox Populi 269
  • 5 - Conclusion 381
  • Bibliography 393
  • Index 425
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