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Religious and Laity in Western Europe, 1000–1400: Interaction, Negotiation, and Power

The first nine studies in this notable book relate directly to monastic patronage, in England, France, Denmark, and the Empire. Several of these—Marjorie Chibnall (the much respected doyenne of such studies) on Henry II, Janet Burton on Roger of Mowbray, Belle Stoddard Tuten on Fontevraud and the great families it attracted, Kim Esmark on SorǿContinue reading “Religious and Laity in Western Europe, 1000–1400: Interaction, Negotiation, and Power”