English episcopal acta 38: London 1229-1280

Hoskin, Philippa (2011) English episcopal acta 38: London 1229-1280. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780197264850, 0197264859

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Edition of the acta of the bishops of London 1229-1280
The position of the medieval diocese of London - situated at the heart of government - ensured that the bishops were involved in both pastoral care and politics. Volume 38 edits the extant documents of five bishops of London, from Roger Niger to John Chishull. It includes an extensive introduction, which considers the role of men such as Fulk Basset and Henry of Sandwich, both within their diocese and beyond, and examines in particular how, as bishops and lords, they were involved with the upheavals of the 1260s. It also provides insights into the development of their administrative practice and a discussion of the careers of men associated with the bishops' households. Volume 39 completes the episcopal documents and includes full itineraries for all the bishops, an appendix of episcopal documents relating to Bishop Gravesend's role in the papal taxation of 1301 to 1303, and full subject and name indexes.

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Additional Information:Edition of the acta of the bishops of London 1229-1280 The position of the medieval diocese of London - situated at the heart of government - ensured that the bishops were involved in both pastoral care and politics. Volume 38 edits the extant documents of five bishops of London, from Roger Niger to John Chishull. It includes an extensive introduction, which considers the role of men such as Fulk Basset and Henry of Sandwich, both within their diocese and beyond, and examines in particular how, as bishops and lords, they were involved with the upheavals of the 1260s. It also provides insights into the development of their administrative practice and a discussion of the careers of men associated with the bishops' households. Volume 39 completes the episcopal documents and includes full itineraries for all the bishops, an appendix of episcopal documents relating to Bishop Gravesend's role in the papal taxation of 1301 to 1303, and full subject and name indexes.
Keywords:episcopal, diplomatic, charters, Medieval history, Medieval Church, Medieval bishops, Medieval administration, Medieval charters, Medieval diplomatic, Medieval households, Medieval politics, Medieval rebellion, Social history, Cultural history
Subjects:V Historical and Philosophical studies > V130 Medieval History
Divisions:College of Arts > Lincoln School of Humanities
ID Code:3645
Deposited By: Philippa Hoskin
Deposited On:12 Nov 2010 13:02
Last Modified:20 Aug 2014 16:02

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