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Military obligation in medieval England
Powicke, Maurice Sir.
by Oxford University Press
Written in English
|Statement||by Maurice Powicke.|
Feudal military practices, which are as varied as those of modern times, are surveyed here for the first time. The author treats in detail the bases on which feudal service was exacted, the mustering and composition of armies and their subsequent operations in the field, and the qualifications of their saltybreezeandpinetrees.com discusses military feudalism as it originated and developed in the Frankish /5(2). The term thegn (thane or thayn in Shakespearean English), from Old English þegn, ðegn, "servant, attendant, retainer", "one who serves", is commonly used to describe either an aristocratic retainer of a king or nobleman in Anglo-Saxon England, or, as a class term, the majority of the aristocracy below the ranks of ealdormen and saltybreezeandpinetrees.com is also the term for an early medieval.
Apr 10, · "A very coherent, detailed, and inclusive view of medieval English military institutions and practices. This book is especially recommended for nonspecialists in the medieval period as it provides an important context for the early-modern ‘revolution’ in warfare and provides a strong background in medieval military history in general."—Jeffrey Heinen, Speculum—A Journal of Medieval Studies. Jan 01, ·  Stephen Tempest's answer covers the feudal aspects of the knight's fee most adequately. But there are several factors he overlooks. William the Conqueror's servitum debitum was huge, perhaps up to 6, knights. Had he been able to assemble.
I worked with two extraordinary legal historians, W. H. Dunham in English legal and constitutional history and Stephan Kuttner in the history of medieval canon law. A military obligation took me to Washington, where I worked for two years as an attorney-advisor in the office of the General Counsel of the Air Force and for a year as Assistant. Jan 10, · The village community has a shadowy existence in historical writing about the English Middle Ages. With a few honorable exceptions, scholars have been reluctant to assign to the village any central place in their account of medieval saltybreezeandpinetrees.com by:
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Jul 01, · Military Obligation in Medieval England: A Study in Liberty and Duty by Michael Powicke C. Bayley (bio) Michael Powicke’s Military Obligation in Medieval England: A Study in Liberty and Duty (Oxford: At the Clarendon Press [Toronto: Oxford], pp. xii,$). Get this from a library.
Military obligation in medieval England: a study in liberty and duty. [Michael R Powicke]. Apr 06, · In lieu of Military obligation in medieval England book abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content.
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a third of the. Burhs were originally built as military defences. According to H. Loyn, the burh "represented only a stage, though a vitally important one, in the evolution of the medieval English borough and of the medieval town".
The boundaries of ancient burhs can often still be traced to modern urban borough limits. The hobelar is thus still seen as a response to military conditions in Ireland, rather than elsewhere. Military use. Hobelars were used successfully by both sides during the Wars of Scottish Independence, with Edward I of England trying to gain advantage by preventing Irish exports of hobbies to Scotland.
“London, Surrounded by ruthless courtiers, England’s young, still untested king, Richard II, is in mortal peril. Songs are heard across London said to originate from an ancient book that prophesies the end of England’s kings, and among the book’s predictions is Richard’s saltybreezeandpinetrees.com: Kristen Mcquinn.
Click to read more about Military Obligation In Medieval England (Oxford University Press Academic Monograph Reprints) by Michael Rhys Powicke. LibraryThing is a /5. For lesser lords, it's a touch more difficult. I've never been able to find a good source on this topic as a general concept, but from more widely-set books, such as Michael Powicke's 'Military Obligation in Medieval England' and Jonathan Sumption's 'The Hundred Years War', it is possible to piece together what was generally the done thing.
Burh Explained. A burh (in English, Old (ca); pronounced as /burx/) or burg was an Old English fortification or fortified settlement. In the 9th century, raids and invasions by Vikings prompted Alfred the Great to develop a network of burhs and roads to use against such attackers.
Some were new constructions; others were situated at the site of Iron Age hillforts or Roman forts and. Medieval warfare was hard, gruelling and often unrewarding. While military life in this era is sometimes pictured in terms of knights resplendent in armour and bearing colourful standards and coats of arms, the reality more often consisted of men struggling against cold, damp and hunger, pressing elusive foes who refused to do battle.
In this fascinating book, Michael Prestwich re-creates the 3/5(3). Apr 24, · Medieval warfare was hard, gruelling and often unrewarding.
While military life in this era is sometimes pictured in terms of knights resplendent in armour and bearing colourful standards and coats of arms, the reality more often consisted of men struggling against cold, damp and hunger, pressing elusive foes who refused to do battle/5.
Apr 24, · "The book lives up fully to the implicit ambition. It is encyclopedic. Military obligation, the cost of armour and of horses, supply, strategy, battle formations, the need for good intelligence, naval warfare; it is all here, with a wealth of illustrative information and a wealth too of well chosen illustrations and useful charts.
Jan 23, · He is the author of Joan of Arc: A Military History (), The Norwegian Invasion of England in (), Infantry Warfare in the Early Fourteenth Century: Discipline, Tactics, and Technology (), and Medieval Military Technology (), and numerous articles on medieval military history and military saltybreezeandpinetrees.com: Kelly DeVries.
This book explores the role of the Welsh in England's armies and in England's wars between Edward I's conquest of Wales in the s, through the wars in Scotland and France and the revolt led by Owain Glyndwr, concluding with Henry V's conquest of Normandy following his victory at Agincourt in Review of Charles Coulson, Castles in Medieval Society: Fortresses in England, France, and Ireland in the Central Middle Ages in The American Historical Review, December Review of Kelly DeVries, A Cumulative Bibliography of Medieval Military History and Technology, in The Journal of Military History, vol.
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