The Norman Conquest of the North

The Norman Conquest of the North

The Region and Its Transformation, 1000-1135

eBook - 1979
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Baker & Taylor
In his study of northern England before, during, and after the Norman Conquest, Kapelle explains the stubborn resistance of Northumbria and York to Norman settlement in terms of the region's geographical, historical, and political background

The University of North Carolina Press
Kapelle's study of the North of England in the years before, during, and after the Norman Conquest is a fascinating account of a pivotal, but little-studied, region of medieval England. He explains the resistance of Northumberland and York to Norman settlement in terms of the region's geographical, historical, and political background, his approach based on a new interpretation of old evidence and previously ignored geographical, agricultural, and dietary information.

Originally published in 1979.

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Publisher: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©1979
ISBN: 9780807813713
0807813710
9780807863381
0807863386
Characteristics: 1 online resource (329 pages) : illustrations

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