The contributions collected in this volume demonstrate the full range and vitality of current work on the Anglo-Norman period in a variety of disciplines. Subjects include the fables on the Bayeux Tapestry, the piety of Earl Godwine, the feudal quota of the pre-1066 Archbishops of Canterbury, Geoffrey Malaterra's treatment of Roger the Great Count, mints and money in Anglo-Norman England, the church of Lastingham, and a reappraisal of Lanfranc as theologian. David Bates is Professorial Fellow, University of East Anglia. Contributors: Martin Allen, Henry Bainton, Nicholas Brooks, Jonathan Grove, Toivo Holopainen, Chris Lewis, Tom Licence, Marie-Agnès Lucas-Avenel, Christopher Norton and Stuart Harrison, Rebecca Slitt, Stephen D. White, Ann Williams.
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