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Anniversary essays in mediaeval history.
Boston New York, Houghton Mifflin, 1929
|Named Person:||Charles Homer Haskins; Charles Homer Haskins|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles H Taylor; John Life La Monte
|Description:||x p. 1 l. 417 p. front. (port.) 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Libraries of the 12th century by Beddie.--English manors of La Trinte at Caen, by Birdsall.--Claim of King Henry I to be called learned, by David.--Legal significance of the Statute of praemunire of 1353, by Graves.--Greek visitors to England in 1455-1456, by Gray.--Communal movement in Syria in the 13th century, by J. La Monte.--Witnesses and oath helpers in old Norwegian law, by Larson.--Clerical tenths levied in Eng. by papal authority during the reign of Edward II, by Lunt.--Anti-foreign movement in England, 1231-1232, by MacKenzie.--Henry V's policy of conciliation in Normandy, 1417-1422, by Newhall.--Norman communes under Richard and John, 1189-1204, by Packard.--
Alexander III, the licentia docendi, and the rise of universities, by Post.--Canonization of opposition to the king in Angevin Eng. by Russell.--Taxation and representation in the middle ages by Stephenson.--Knight service in Normandy, by Strayer.--Census de rebus in the capitularies, by Taylor.--Use of the classics in the Flores rhetorici of Alberic of Monte Cassino, by Willard.--William of the white hands and men of letters, by Williams.
|Other Titles:||Haskins anniversary essays in mediaeval history.|
|Responsibility:||by students of Charles Homer Haskins, presented on his completion of forty years of teaching.|