The Thirteenth Century, 1216-1307

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THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY
1216-1307

BY SIR MAURICE POWICKE FORMERLY REGIUS PROFESSOR OF MODERN HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

SECOND EDITION

OXFORD AT THE CLARENDON PRESS 1962

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Oxford History of England ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface to Second Edition v
  • Contents vii
  • I - The Minority of Henry III 1
  • II - The Duties of Kingship 38
  • III - Foreign Relations 1216-59 80
  • IV - The Common Enterprise 1258-62 129
  • V - The Barons' War and the Legate's Peace 170
  • IV - Edward I and His Time 227
  • VII - The Duke of Aquitaine 270
  • VIII - The Period of the Statutes 1274-90 322
  • IX - Wales 381
  • X - The Clergy Under Two Rules Of Law 445
  • XI - The Community of the Realm And Taxation 510
  • XII - Ireland and Scotland 1217-1297 560
  • XIII - The Crown and the Merchants 618
  • XIV - The Years of Emergency 644
  • Bibliography 720
  • Index 779
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