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  • ISBN 0854312633
  • ISBN13 978-0854312634
  • Language English
  • Author Michael Jones,Gwyn Meirion-Jones
  • Publisher Society of Antiquaries; 1st edition edition (December 31, 1994)
  • Pages 223
  • Formats mobi docx mbr txt
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory Architecture
  • Size ePub 1941 kb
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New studies on manorial domestic buildings in England and northern France has led to a reappraisal of the essential elements of the seigneurial residence: the ground-floor hall, the chamber-block and the first-floor hall. The eight essays in this volume highlight the similarities and differences between the regions, and include contributions by: J Blair (English domestic planning, 1000-1250); P Dixon (The manor-houses of the Anglo-Scottish border); J Munby (Manorial building in timber in central and southern England, 1200-1550); J Decaens (De la motte au chateau de pierre dans le nord et l'est de l'Ile-de-France du XIIe au XVe siecle); E Gautier-Desvaux (Les manoirs du Perche); G Meirion-Jones, M Jones and J R Pilcher (The seigneurial domestic buildings of Brittany, 1000-1700).

Meirion-Jones, Gwyn . Jones, Michael (Michael C. Uniform Title: Occasional paper (Society of Antiquaries of London) ; new se. 15.

Rubrics: Manors England France Architecture, Domestic Architecture, Medieval.

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Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern France, Occasional papers of the Society . This paper is necessarily written before a symposium on the subject of the White Tower to be held in April 1999, which may resolve many of the issues outlined here.

Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern France, Occasional papers of the Society of Antiquaries of London, vol. 15 (London, 1993), pp. 1–21. 11 Bede, A History of the English Church and People, Book 2, chapter 13. 12 Hope-Taylor, . Yeavering: an Anglo-British Centre of Early Northumbria (London, 1977). 13 Tacitus, Germania: chapters 12–13 describe meetings of tribal councils. 44 Dixon, P. and Marshall, . ‘The great tower at Hedingham Castle: a reassessment’, Fortress, 18 (1993), pp. 16–23.

Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern France by. Michael Jones.

Gwyn I. Meirion-Jones. Castles in Medieval Society: Fortresses in England, France, and Ireland in the Central Middle Ages. Then the different forms of the manorial ensemble and existing types of building are surveyed, highlighting those where detailed archival, archaeological and dendrochronological studies have been carried out. The survey has brought to light a small number of standard forms originating in the Middle Ages. This book overturns many of the traditional assumptions about the nature and purpose of castle-building in the middle ages.

Gwynn Jones traces the origins of the various viking communities and their settlements, with the Danes making inroads into England and France, the Norwegians into North England, Scotland, Ireland, Iceland, Greenland, and America, and the Swedes into Russia.

Find sources: "Michael Jones" historian – news · newspapers · books . Les châteaux de Bretagne, Ouest-France, with Gwyn Meirion-Jones, Rennes, 1992.

Find sources: "Michael Jones" historian – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (January 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Jones (born 5 December 1940) is a British historian. Ducal Brittany 1364-1399: Relations with England and France during the Reign of Duke John IV, Oxford, Clarendon Press 1970, reprinted Sandpiper 1997. The Creation of Brittany: A Late Medieval State, London, Hambledon 1988. Les Anciens Bretons des origines au XVe siècle, with Patrick Galliou, 1993.

Between France and England' characterises the role played by most rulers of the duchy of Brittany during the late Middle Ages, before it was finally united with Valois France. These essays (including three appearing for the first time in English) explore political and institutional aspects of the changing relationship between France and Brittany, within the context of Anglo-French relations, as well as social consequences of the development of a largely autonomous state within the larger French kingdom during a period dominated by war and economic crisis.

Michael Jones (historian). The Bretons (with Patrick Galliou), Oxford, Blackwell 1991. Catalogue sommaire des archives du Fonds Lebreton, Abbaye Saint-Guénolé, Landevennec, Nottingham, 1998.