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The feudal monarchy in France and England : from the tenth to the thirteenth century

Author: Charles Petit-Dutaillis
Publisher: New York : Harper & Row, 1964.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Petit-Dutaillis
OCLC Number: 223264766
Language Note: Translation of: La monarchie féodale en France et en Angleterre.
Notes: "Harper torchbooks ; TB1165".
Reprint. Originally published: London : K. Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1936.
Description: xviii, 420 p. : geneal. tables, maps ; 21 cm.
Contents: TABLE OF CONTENTS --
The monarchy in France and England from the end of the tenth century to the creation of the Angevin empire --
Characteristics of the primitive Capetian monarchy --
The Anglo-Saxon monarchy, the duchy of Normandy --
Foundation of the Anglo-Norman monarchy --
The Capetian monarchy and its domainal policy (1060-1152) --
The Angevin empire and the Capetian monarchy --
Formation of the Angevin empire, the new monarchy, the men and their ideas --
Administration and legislation in England (1154-1204) --
The Plantagenet's policy of overlordship, the continental possessions --
Resistance of the Capetians to the English Hegemony, progress of the French monarchy (1152-1201) --
The victory of the Capetians --
The apogee of the feudal monarchy in France and the aristocratic reaction in England --
The institutions of the Capetian monarchy from the conquest of Normandy to the death of Saint Louis --
Relations of the French kings with the church and the Holly See 1202-1270, the crusades against the Albigensians and in the east --
Hegemony of the Capetian monarchy in France, prestige in the west, 1202-1270 --
The aristocrat reaction in England, the great charter and the barons war.
Other Titles: Monarchie féodale en France et en Angleterre.
Responsibility: by Charles Petit-Dutaillis ; translated from the French by E.D. Hunt ; with a preface by Henri Berr.

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