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    • Charter diplomatics and norms of landholding and lordship between the Humber and Forth, c.1066-c.1250 

      Hunter, Linsey (University of St Andrews, 2012-06-21) - Thesis
      This thesis closely analyses the linguistic forms of aspects of non-royal charters produced c.1066-c.1250 in the north-east of England and the south-east of Scotland, namely, consent, joint grants, separate confirmations, ...
    • Family conflict in ducal Normandy, c. 1025-1135 

      Hammond, Catherine (University of St Andrews, 2013-11) - Thesis
      This thesis focuses on conflict within families in Normandy, c. 1025 to 1135. Despite the occurrence of several acute struggles within the ducal house during this period, and a number of lesser known but significant disputes ...
    • John of Salisbury and law 

      Esser, Maxine Kristy (University of St Andrews, 2017-12-08) - Thesis
      The aim of this thesis is to consider the knowledge and use of law by John of Salisbury, evaluating what he thought law should be, whence it originated and how it related to aspects of society, for example the institutions ...
    • Power, lordship, and landholding in Anjou, c.1000-c.1150 

      McHaffie, Matthew (University of St Andrews, 2014-06-26) - Thesis
      This thesis explores the relationship between lordship and landholding in Anjou, from c.1000 to c.1150, focussing specifically on the effects of power upon that relationship. I consider questions central to lordship: how ...
    • Procedure and legal arguments in the court of Canterbury, c. 1193-1300 

      White, Sarah (University of St Andrews, 2018-06-28) - Thesis
      This thesis examines the construction of legal arguments in the English ecclesiastical courts, 1193-1300. The primary source materials used are the records of the thirteenth-century provincial Court of Canterbury, the ...