Britain and Ireland, 900–1300 : Insular Responses to Medieval European Change.Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1999Copyright date: ©1999Description: 1 online resource (301 pages)Content type:
- online resource
- DA185 .B75 1999
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Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Preface -- Abbreviations -- 1 The effect of Scandinavian raiders on the English and Irish churches: a preliminary reassessment -- 2 The changing economy of the Irish Sea province: AD 900-1300 -- 3 Cults of Irish, Scottish and Welsh saints in twelfth-century England -- 4 Sea-divided Gaels? Constructing relationships between Irish and Scots c. 800-1169 -- 5 The 1169 invasion as a turning-point in Irish-Welsh relations -- 6 Killing and mutilating political enemies in the British Isles from the late twelfth to the early fourteenth century: a… -- 7 Anglo-French acculturation and the Irish element in Scottish identity -- 8 John de Courcy, the first Ulster plantation and Irish church men -- 9 Coming in from the margins: the descendants of Somerled and cultural accommodation in the Hebrides, 1164-1317 -- 10 Nobility and identity in medieval Britain and Ireland: the de Vescy family, c. 1120-1314 -- Bibliography -- PUBLISHED SOURCES -- SECONDARY SOURCES -- Index.
A volume of essays on the medieval history of relations between the English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish.
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