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Love And Complaints In Angouleme: Agreements Between Count William Of The Aquitanians And Hugh Of Lusignan (1028), George Beech Dec 2006

Love And Complaints In Angouleme: Agreements Between Count William Of The Aquitanians And Hugh Of Lusignan (1028), George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.


The Biblical David As Role Model In The Early 11th Century Latin Narrative The Conventum Of Aquitaine, George Beech Dec 2003

The Biblical David As Role Model In The Early 11th Century Latin Narrative The Conventum Of Aquitaine, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.


Narrative Structures And Techniques In The Conventum Of Aquitaine Ca. 1030, George Beech Dec 2001

Narrative Structures And Techniques In The Conventum Of Aquitaine Ca. 1030, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.


The Contribution Of Diplomatics To The Identification Of An Early-Eleventh-Century Aquitanian Narrative, George Beech Dec 2001

The Contribution Of Diplomatics To The Identification Of An Early-Eleventh-Century Aquitanian Narrative, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.


The Lord/Dependant (Vassal) Relationship: A Case Study From Aquitaine C. 1030, George Beech Dec 1997

The Lord/Dependant (Vassal) Relationship: A Case Study From Aquitaine C. 1030, George Beech

George T. Beech

This paper, a contribution to the current discussion on feudalism, is a study of a single, exceptionally well-documented lord/dependant (vassal) relationship from early eleventh century Aquitaine. It is based on an analysis of a 340-line narrative (Paris, BN, Lat., 5927) of a dispute between the Count of Poitiers and one of his castellans, Hugh of Lusignan. It examines successively, (1) the author's vocabulary of dependence, (2) contemporary conceptions of lordship and dependence, (3) the customary basis of this relationship; i.e. obligations, restrictions, and rights, (4) its landed, economic basis, and (5) its effectiveness. What distinguishes this narrative ...


L'Attribution Des Poêmes Du Comte De Poitiers À Guillaume Ix D'Aquitaine, George Beech Dec 1992

L'Attribution Des Poêmes Du Comte De Poitiers À Guillaume Ix D'Aquitaine, George Beech

George T. Beech

The Eleanor of Aquitaine vase in the Louvre has long been known as one of the rare modern survivals of the famous treasury of the royal abbey of Saint-Denis carefully assembled by Abbot Suger in the mid twelfth century. Suger's own inscription on his elaborate mounting for the vase tells how it came into his possession through Eleanor of Aquitaine's grandfather, William IX of Aquitaine, Eleanor herself, and her first husband, Louis VII of France. But the earlier history of the vase, which is of early medieval, mid-eastern origin is obscure because until now no one has been ...


Aquitanians And Flemings In The Refounding O F Bardney Abbey, Linc. In The Later 11th Century, George Beech Dec 1988

Aquitanians And Flemings In The Refounding O F Bardney Abbey, Linc. In The Later 11th Century, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract available.


Hugh Of Lusignan: Agreement Between Lord And Vassal, George Beech Dec 1987

Hugh Of Lusignan: Agreement Between Lord And Vassal, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.


Contemporary Views Of William The Troubadour, 9th Duke Of Aquitaine 1086-1126, George Beech Dec 1985

Contemporary Views Of William The Troubadour, 9th Duke Of Aquitaine 1086-1126, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.


A Feudal Document Of Early 11th Century Poitou, George Beech Dec 1965

A Feudal Document Of Early 11th Century Poitou, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.