The Feudal Kingdom of England, 1042-1216

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INDEX
(Persom are indexed under their first name)
Abacus,153, 190-1
Abailard, 104, 241, 244, 247, 263, 299, 437
Abbot's Langley (Herts), 230
Abergavenny ( Mon), 182
Aber Lleiniog ( Anglesey), 163
Aberystwyth (Cards), 414
Abingdon (Berks), abbey, 61
Abraham ibn Ezra, 324
Acre, 358, 361
Adam of the Little Bridge, 230
Adela, w. of Louis VI of France, 198
Adela, w. of Louis VII of France, 289
Adela, countess of Blois, 180, 183, 195, 253
Adela, d. of Robert I of Flanders, 140
Adelaide of Louvain, w. of Henry I, 197, 214, 216, 251
Adelard of Bath, 252, 266, 281, 324
Adeline of Warenne, 212-13
Adémar V, viscount of Limoges, 367
Adolf of Altena, abp. of Cologne, 362
Adrian IV, pope, 230, 286, 789, 290, 336
Advowson, cases of, 192, 305
Aelfgar, as earl of E. Anglia, 64, 67, 71; as earl of Mercia, 69-71
Aelfgifu of Northampton, 2
Aelfric, the homilist, 31
Aelfric, monk, 62
Aethelmaer, bp. of Elmham, 95
Aethelred II, king of England, 2-3, 9-10, 74, 44, 49, 50, 55, 77, 101
Acthelric II, bp. of Selsey, 95
Aethelstan, aetheling, 10
Aethelwig, abbot of Evesham, 37, 89, 116
Aethelwine, bp. of Durham, 69, 95
Affrica of Man, 348
Agnes of Cornhill, 269
Agnes of Méran, 416
Agnes of Poitou, 59
Agriculture, techniques, 5, 14, 16-19, 107, 120, 122, 270-80, 282, 323, 396, 399, 439
Aids, 115, 159-60, 165, 310-12, 367, 389- 91, 401-2, 425
Ailred/Aethelred of Rievaulx, 242-3, 246, 285
Alan Fergant IV, count of Brittany, 166, 178, 182, 194
Alan the Red, of Brittany, count of Richmond, 85, 114
Alan of Brittany, count of Richmond, 256
Alan fitzFlaald of Dol, 183
Alberic, cardinal-bishop of Ostia, 212, 214, 258
Albert, cardinal-priest of St. Laurence in Lucina, 303, 335-6, 386
Alençon (Orne), 138, 196, 352
Alexander I, king of Scots, 158
Alexander II, king of Scots, 412, 414, 432, 433, 435
Alexander II, pope, 80-1, 95, 129
Alexander III, pope, 75, 289, 293, 297, 298-307, 336, 340, 397
Alexander, bp. of Lincoln, 190, 215, 219, 251, 265
Alexander Neckam, 276-7, 280
Alfonso VIII, king of Castile, 288
Alfonso IX, king of Castile, 339
Alfred, king of England, 13, 38, 44, 45, 55, 70
Alfred, aetheling, 3, 56, 63
Alfred of Beverley, 259
Algais, mercenary captain, 366
Algar, bp. of Coutances, 265
Alice, d. of Louis VII of France, 331, 350, 351, 352, 357
Alice de Courcy, 268
Alice, of Maurienne, 339, 341
Allegiance, oaths of, 109-10, 144, 175, 321-2, 412
Almaric I, king of Jerusalem, 358
Almenèches (Orne), abbey, 176
Alnwick (Northumb), 341, 415
Alods, 8, 109, 110
Alston Moor (Cumb), 280
Alton (Hants), treaty of, 176
Amaury of Montfort, 195, 197
Anastasius IV, pope, 228
Ancestral customs, 130, 157, 167, 185-6, 292-6, 304-8
Andelys, lcs (Eure), 196
Andred, forest of, 18, 84, 273
Andrew the Chaplain, 327
Andrew, dean of Petherwin (Cornwall), 275
Andrew of St. Victor, 324
Andronicus I, E. emp., 358
Angers ( Maine-et-Loire), 263, 349, 421; Geoffrey bp. of, 345
Angevin empire, 288-90, 331-74, 395, 415-16, 419-21, 436
Angoulême, county of, 371
Animals, domestic, 18-19, 22, 122, 273, 277-9, 323 ; see also horses, sheep
Anjou, 79, 138-40, 168, 177, 193, 194, 197, 212, 231-2, 286-7, 288, 340, 342-5, 349, 351, 357, 368-70, 372-3;

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The Feudal Kingdom of England, 1042-1216
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introductory Note v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Maps and Charts xii
  • I - England in the Reign of Edward the Confessor 1
  • 2 - The Reign of Edward the Confessor 55
  • 3 - The Norman Conquest of England 77
  • 4 - The Anglo-Norman Kingdom 100
  • 5 England and Normandy, 1066-1100 137
  • 6 - The Zenith and the Nadir of Norman Rule, 1100-1154 171
  • 7 - Social Changes in England 235
  • 8 - The Re-Establishment of the Monarchy Under Henry II 283
  • 9 - The Angevin Empire 331
  • 10 - The Angevin Despotism 375
  • Epilogue 436
  • Note on Books 442
  • Index 445
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