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Author: Hugh M. Richmond
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: relations, reformation, literary, french, libertines, anglo, puritans
Number of Pages: 432
Published: 1981
ISBN-10: 0520041798
ISBN-13: 9780520041790
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Author: Barbara J. Shapiro
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: anglo, american, law, evidence, perspectives, historical, doubt, probable, cause, reasonable
Number of Pages: 388
Published: 1991
ISBN-10: 0520072863
ISBN-13: 9780520072862
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Author: JohnsSusan M
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Keywords: anglo, norman, realm, century, twelfth, aristocracy, power, noblewomen
Number of Pages: 304
Published: 2003-01-01
ISBN-10: 0719063043
ISBN-13: 9780719063046

This is the first study of noblewomen in twelfth-century England and Normandy, and of the ways in which they exercised power. It draws on a rich mix of evidence to offer an important reconceptualisation of women’s role in aristocratic society, and in doing so suggests new ways of looking at lordship and the ruling elite in the high middle ages. The book considers a wide range of literary sources such as chronicles, charters, seals and governmental records to draw out a detailed picture of noblewomen in the twelfth-century Anglo-Norman realm. It asserts the importance of the life-
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Author: Dominique Auzias
Publisher: Petit Futé
Keywords: normandes, anglo, iles, fut, petit
Number of Pages: 340
Published: 2009-03-23
ISBN-10: 2746924749
ISBN-13: 9782746924741
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Author: Dominique Auzias
Publisher: Petit Futé
Keywords: normandes, anglo, iles, fut, petit
Number of Pages: 316
Published: 2011-04-27
ISBN-10: 2746935325
ISBN-13: 9782746935327
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Author: Frank Barlow
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: confessor, edward
Number of Pages: 420
Published: 1970
ISBN-10: 0520016718
ISBN-13: 9780520016712

Combines political biography and acute historical scholarship to provide a documented account of ht life and reign of this eleventh-century Anglo-Danish monarch who was canonized as a saint.
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Author: Diana Rose Cammack
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: war, boer, anglo, witwatersrand, rand
Number of Pages: 246
Published: 1990
ISBN-10: 0520068521
ISBN-13: 9780520068520

Diana Cammack provides a rich and readable account of events in the city of Johannesburg that led to the Anglo-Boer War, and she enhances our understanding of both the effects of British imperialism at the turn of the century and the development of the unique racial order of contemporary South Africa. Incorporating social, political, and military history, this work covers events on the Rand during the final year before the war including the flight of well over a hundred thousand black and white refugees in a few weeks of panic; refugee life at the coast; and work, politics, and life on the Ran
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