By Robert Liddiard
Книга Anglo-Norman Castles Anglo-Norman Castles Книги Дизайн Автор: Robert Liddiard Год издания: 2002 Формат: pdf Издат.:Boydell Press Страниц: 432 Размер: 12 MB ISBN: 0851159044 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:The castles of the 11th and 12th centuries stay one of the so much obvious symbols of the Anglo-Norman international. This assortment brings jointly for the 1st time essentially the most major articles in fortress stories, with contributions from specialists in background, archaeology and historical constructions.
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W. Thompson, The Medieval Hall: the Basis of Secular Domestic Life 600–1600 (Aldershot, 1995); P. W. Dixon, ‘Towerhouses’, Archaeological Journal cxxxvi (1979), pp. 240–52; for the later medieval period see Philip Dixon, ‘Mota, Aula et Turris: the Manor-Houses of the Anglo-Scottish Border’, Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern France, ed. G. Meirion-Jones and M. Jones, Society of Antiquaries Occasional Papers vol. 15 (London, 1993), pp. 22–48. 75 Thompson, Rise, p. 12. INTRODUCTION 21 of Bellême rushing into the undefended Saint-Ceneri to find pots of meat still cooking over fires.
GDB fo. 163v. M. Stenton, ‘St Benet of Holme and the Norman Conquest’, EHR xxxvii, 1922, 227. R. Welldon Finn, An Introduction to Domesday Book, 1963, 50–1; GDB fo 63. 32 In such cases the ‘hall’ may only indicate the rights to a separate share in the profits of the estate. 33 A single manor held in common seems to be implied. It is at the time of Domesday that the variety of manorial estates can be most clearly seen. Some manors were co-terminous with the townships in which they lay, but some vills were divided between several manors or parts of manors, while some manors extended into several separate vills.
G. Meirion-Jones and M. Jones, Society of Antiquaries Occasional Papers vol. 15 (London, 1993), pp. 22–48. 75 Thompson, Rise, p. 12. INTRODUCTION 21 of Bellême rushing into the undefended Saint-Ceneri to find pots of meat still cooking over fires. What emerges from Orderic’s narrative is how ownership of castles was a visible statement of changing relationships among the aristocracy. Unsurprisingly, this was tied to the use made of the castle in war where Orderic emphasises both offensive and defensive capabilities.