2 edition of fourteenth-century law book of London interest. found in the catalog.
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Carleton's book: William FitzStephen's 'Description of London' in a late fourteenth-century common-place book The fourteenth century is one of the most turbulent and compelling periods of English history, reflected in the vitality of the current scholarship devoted to it.
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Title Fourteenth Century England I. Fourteenth Century England I by Nigel Saul (English) Hardcover Book Free Shippin | eBay Contributors: JEFFREY HAMILTON, ANDY KING, ROY M. HAINES, ANTHONY MUSSON, GLORIA J. BETCHER, CYNTHIA J.
Author Nigel :// Get this from a library. The Saxon mirror: a Sachsenspiegel of the fourteenth century. [Maria Dobozy;] -- "The Sachsenspiegel, or Saxon Mirror, compiled in by Eike von Repgow, may be said to mark the beginning of vernacular German jurisprudence. For the first time, Maria Dobozy offers an English This book explores the formative period when Scotland acquired the characteristics that enabled it to enter fully into the comity of medieval Christendom.
These included a monarchy of a recognisably continental type, a feudal organisation of aristocratic landholding and military service, national boundaries, and a body of settled law and :// Royal pardons played important, enigmatic roles in English law, politics, and culture in the fourteenth century, roles well portrayed in Lacey's fine book.
LAW & HISTORY REVIEW A work that will be of interest and use to scholars working on late medieval political culture and on the history of English :// 1 A useful modern account of the history of martial law is the short historical introduction to Fairman, C., The Law of Martial Rule (Chicago, ).
The later seventeenth-century confusion about the origins and nature of martial law is reflected in Hale, Sir Matthew, History of the Common Law of England, Gray, Charles M., ed. (Chicago, ), pp.
25 – About the Book. The book of Nizamuddin Aulia reveals the life and teachings of the most beloved and revered of medieval Sufi saints. Nizamuddin Aulia was born inin great po My book, Inquisition in the Fourteenth Century: The Manuals of Bernard Gui and Nicholas Eymerich, attempts through study of these manuals, and any other relevant sources I could find, to set out how and why the inquisition changed in the 14th century.
The canon law on heresy and inquisition did not change after but the idea of inquisition The Book of the Incipit reveals how Langland's poem exemplifies a widespread interest in beginning in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, an interest that appears in such divergent fields as the physics of motion, the measurement of time, logic, grammar, rhetoric, theology, book production, and :// //the-book-of-the-incipit-beginnings-in-the-fourteenth.
England: late Fourteenth Century MS Hunter (V) This fourteenth-century prayer book, or primer, was probably written for a young person who had to learn to read from it.
It opens with the Latin alphabet, Christianized with a cross at the beginning and ‘amen’ at the :// Fourteenth-century Europe was ravaged by famine, war, and, most devastatingly, the Black Plague. These widespread crises inspired a mystical religiosity, which emphasized both ecstatic joy and extreme suffering, producing emotionally charged and often graphic depictions of the Crucifixion and the martyrdoms of the :// Book: All Authors / Contributors: David Nicholas.
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MacInnes Figure 1: Map of Southern Scotland c. 14th Century 1 1 Michael Brown, The Black Douglases: War and Lordship Inthe most expensive copy of Birds of America went for $ million at Sotheby’s Auction House in London.
Two other copies of the book also raked in big money in the twentieth century The Tracker takes the case of a French alchemist who is targeted for his secrets in this mystery set in the gritty streets of fourteenth century London. After losing his knighthood, Crispin Gues ?id.
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The relationship of this book to these studies is unclear, because natural philosophy, to which Dumbleton's Summa belongs, was an arts- rather than law-faculty discipline. But Lingfield' s ownership of the book in any case reflects the fact that the fourteenth-century scholars sent by Ian Mortimer's latest book: The Time Traveller's Guide to Medieval England - A Handbook for Visitors to the Fourteenth Century certainly satisfies that craving for knowledge of the minutiae of daily life in the Middle Ages.
The book is lovingly researched and well written with a light sprinkling of humour that makes it very easy to :// About the Book. This second revised edition gives an analytical and critical account of the political and military history of early medieval India. contemporary and near contempor I have not found this feast in any other fourteenth-century book and it may refer to the feast of the relics of Bury St Edmunds.
A mid thirteenth-century manuscript, Stockholm, Riksarkivet The papers in this volume study the early influence of Petrarch in France and in the Crown of Aragon.
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thesis, University of London, ), 92 suggests that Gilbert travelled to Ireland in order to avoid the king's court following his humilation there over his conflict with the earl of Hereford His main interest away from the law was painting watercolours, holding an annual exhibition at the family’s summer home in Co Cork.
Anthony Paul Lester was born in London on July 3the The ideological concept of civic progress, manifested in the Janus-like image of New Troy, was a potent sociopolitical tool in late 14th-century London. This chapter examines the ways in which civic idealism functions in texts produced in London in the last two decades of the 14th century, and in the ways in which different texts deal with the problem of civic antagonism while deploying the :oso//.
mentioned. As an example, the Warwick Castle Guide Book, mentions not one countess for the entire fourteenth century although every earl is mentioned by name with some information about them. There is one mention of a countess in the chapter about the thirteenth century, but only because she was kidnapped and held for ransom by a political ://?article=&context=all_theses.
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