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Christopher N L Brooke
|Description:||xviii, 329 s. : ill|
|Contents:||Rural ecclesiastical institutions in England - the search for their origins; the diocese of Hereford, 676-1200; York Minster from the 9th to the early 13th centuries; the missionary at home - the church in the towns, 1000-1250; the medieval town as an ecclesiastical centre; the bishops of England and Normandy in the 11th century - a contrast; the archdeacon and the Norman conquest; princes and kings as patrons of monasteries - Normandy and England, 1066-1135; King David I of Scotland as a connoisseur of the religious orders; the Normans as cathedral builders; St Bernard, the patrons of the Cistercians and monastic planning; monk and canon - some patterns in the religious life of the 12th century; priest, deacon and layman, from St Peter Damian to St Francis; John of Salisbury and his world; Chaucer's parson.|
|Responsibility:||Christopher N.L. Brooke.|