Canterbury and the Norman conquest : churches, saints, and scholars, 1066-1109
edited by Richard Eales and Richard Sharpe
When William I and his army arrived in Canterbury they found a powerful and long-established ecclesiastical centre, whose traditions and culture differed in many respects from those of Normandy. The conquest brought dramatic change. These original essays provide a reassessment of this subject reflec...
|Physical Description:||xix,182 p. ; 24 cm|
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