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Cathedrals, Communities and Conflict in the Anglo-Norman World
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Introduction - Paul Dalton and Charles Insley and Louise J. Wilkinson The Dangers of Invention: The Sack of Canterbury, 1011, and the 'Theft' of Dunstan's Relics - Ann Williams Remembering Communities Past: Exeter Cathedral in the Eleventh Century - Charles Insley Communities, Conflict, and Episcopal Policy in the Diocese of Lichfield, 1050-1150 - C P Lewis The Acta archiepiscoporum Rotomagensium and Urban Ecclesiastical Rivalry in Eleventh-Century Rouen - Richard Allen Cathedrals and the Cult of Saints in Eleventh- and Twelfth-Century Wales - John Reuben Davies A Bishop and His Conflicts: Philip of Bayeux [1142-63] - Thomas Roche Ecclesiastical Responses to War in King Stephen's Reign: The Communities of Selby Abbey, Pontefract Priory and York Cathedral - Paul Dalton Secular Cathedrals and the Anglo-Norman Aristocracy - Stephen Marritt The Lives of Thomas Becket and the Church of Canterbury - Michael Staunton Caught in the Cross-Fire: Patronage and Institutional Politics in Late Twelfth-Century Canterbury - Sheila Sweetinburgh Crown, Cathedral, and Conflict: King John and Canterbury - Paul Webster The English Monasteries and their French Possessions - Nicholas Vincent

About the Author

LOUISE J. WILKINSON is Professor of Medieval Studies, University of Lincoln. LOUISE J. WILKINSON is Professor of Medieval Studies, University of Lincoln. Dr Paul Webster is currently Lecturer in Medieval History and Project Manager of the Exploring the Past adult learners progression pathway at Cardiff University. Sheila Sweetinburgh is a Principal Research Fellow in the Centre for Kent History and Heritage at Canterbury Christ Church University and editor of Early Medieval Kent, 800-1220 (Boydell, 2016) and Later Medieval Kent, 1220-1540 (Boydell, 2018).

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A useful and engaging volume with some original and important essays. * CHURCH HISTORY *
Scholars pursuing topics that deal with religious communities, not only cathedrals, in the Anglo-Norman period will find much of interest in these well-crafted and carefully referenced essays. * THE MEDIEVAL REVIEW *

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