Domesday Book and Beyond: Three Essays in the Early History of England

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Cambridge University Press, 1987 - 527 páginas
That Maitland's hypotheses and conclusions should still be central to such a debate is not the least remarkable feature of this extraordinary book.
 

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ESSAY I
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Domesday a geld book 3 The danegeld 3 The inquest and the geld
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ancient vills 12 Omission of vills 13 Fission of vills 14
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of serfdom 27 Predial element in serfdom 28 The serf and criminal
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Meaning of freedom 42 The villein as free 43 The villein
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AngloSaxon freeholding 46 Freeholding and seignorial
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The villein and his land 53 The villeins land and
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between lord and man 67 Commendation 69 Commendation
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Manorialism in Cambridgeshire 136 The sokemen
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between villeins and sokemen 140 Free villages 141 Willage com
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Military tenure 156 The army and the land 157 Feudalism
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The comital manors 168 Private rights and governmental revenues
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as a county town 178 The borough on no mans land 178 Hetero
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Burghal Hidage 187 The shires wallwork 188 Henry the Fowler
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Burgesses as cultivators 197 Burgage tenure 198 Eastern
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other boroughs 215 Attributes of the borough 216 Classification
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the Leges Henrici 81 Kinds of soke in the Leges 82 The Norman
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Tewkesbury Taunton 112 Large manors in the Midlands
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Manor and Will pp 129150
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Saxon history 221 The Romanesque theory unacceptable 222 Feudal
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