England in the Later Middle Ages 2nd Edition by M.H. Keen

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First released to large severe acclaim in 1973, England within the Later center a long time has develop into a seminal textual content for college kids learning this various, advanced interval. This lively paintings surveys the interval from Edward I to the dying of Richard III on the conflict of Bosworth, which heralded within the Tudor Age.The moment version of this publication, whereas conserving the nature of the unique, brings the research modern. each one bankruptcy features a dialogue of the historiographical advancements of the decade and the writer takes a clean examine the altering international of the Later center a long time, fairly the plague and the financial system. additionally incorporated is a rewritten creation.

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Hicks, Bastard Feudalism (London, 1995), the former for its in depth treatment and the latter interpretively. Coss, ‘Bastard feudalism revised’, Past and Present, no. , no. 131 (1991). The McFarlane Legacy, ed. Carpenter. Section I Edward I and Edward II 1290–1330 2 Outward war and troubles at home 1290– 1314 On 26 September in the year 1290 Margaret, the seven-year-old queen of Scotland who was called the ‘Maid of Norway’, died in the Orkneys. She was the granddaughter and heiress of Alexander III, King of Scots, who had died in 1286; and for the last four years her kingdom had been governed by six ‘guardians’.

In May 1293 an Anglo-Gascon fleet OUTWARD WAR AND TROUBLES AT HOME 25 defeated a superior French Norman fleet off Cape St Mahé in Brittany, and afterwards sacked La Rochelle. Trouble of this sort was constant in the Channel and off the Biscayan coast, but King Philip IV of France took the particular incident seriously, demanding the delivery of the Gascon offenders to his courts, and full reparation for the damage done to his subjects. To back his demands, he summoned Edward to appear in person before the Parlement.

Vol. , 4th series, vol. 26 (1944). Harriss, reviewing the subject perceptively. Hicks, Bastard Feudalism (London, 1995), the former for its in depth treatment and the latter interpretively. Coss, ‘Bastard feudalism revised’, Past and Present, no. , no. 131 (1991). The McFarlane Legacy, ed. Carpenter. Section I Edward I and Edward II 1290–1330 2 Outward war and troubles at home 1290– 1314 On 26 September in the year 1290 Margaret, the seven-year-old queen of Scotland who was called the ‘Maid of Norway’, died in the Orkneys.

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