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The English Jewry under Angevin kings
H. G. Richardson
by Methuen in London, England
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Yet, though the Jews were so few in number, at the Expulsion there were actually two archae, an old one for bonds executed up to and a new archa which had been opened in [H. G. Richardson, The English Jewry under Angevin Kings () (afterwards quoted as Richardson, English Jewry. The first Angevin King, Henry II, began the period as arguably the most powerful monarch in Europe, with lands stretching from the Scottish borders to the Pyrenees. In addition, Ireland was added to his inheritance, a mission entrusted to him by Pope Adrian IV (the only English Pope).
All about England Under the Norman and Angevin Kings, by Robert Bartlett. establishing the right of the English aristocracy against the king. How this evolution took place forms just one aspect of this exceptional book, which addresses nearly every aspect of England’s politics, culture, and society during this period. 4/5(2). The Historians of Angevin England is a study of the explosion of creativity in historical writing in England in the late twelfth and early thirteenth centuries, and what this tells us about the writing of history in the middle ages. Many of those who wrote history under the Angevin kings of England chose as their subject the events of their own time, and explained that they did so simply.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: Contents: The settlement --Jews and Gentiles --The king's borrowings --The Jewish money market --Jews and the land --The Jewry and the state --The Exchequer of the Jews --The taxation of the Jews --The Assize of the Jewry --Supplementary Notes: The Norman Jewry --The expulsion --Appendix of documents: 1.
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Find more information about: ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes. The purpose of the author is to correct, with the aid of all available evidence, current beliefs regarding the activities of the Jews in medieval England. Their relations with the Gentile community in which they lived are described, not as is conventionally imagined, but as these relations are disclosed on a dispassionate examination of surviving documents--for example, the close association.
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The English Jewry under Angevin Kings by H. Richardson is such a book because of its tone of certainty as to the proper path of history and because its subject cannot be domesticated to the calm conventions of professional habit.
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Jews, as the only outsiders in an otherwise homogeneous Christian society, were wards of the king. This meant that Jews came under. the direct jurisdiction and protection of the crown, a status which allowed them, for example, freedom of the king's highways, exemption from tolls, the ability to hold land directly from the king, and physical protection in any of the vast network of royal.
William I to Henry I: – There is no record of Jews in England before the Norman Conquest in The few references to Jews in the Anglo-Saxon laws of the Roman Catholic Church relate to Jewish practices about Easter.
Believing that their commercial skills and incoming capital would make England more prosperous, William I (William the Conqueror) invited a group of Jewish merchants.
Martin, C. Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society (). Parkes, J. The Jew in the Medieval Community: A Study of his Political and Economic Situation ().
Ramsay, Capt. The Nameless War (). Richardson, H. English Jewry under Angevin Kings (). Roth, C. The Jews of Medieval Oxford ().
On the day of Richard's English coronation there was a mass slaughter of Jews, described by Richard of Devizes as a "holocaust". After his coronation, Richard put the Angevin Empire's affairs in order before joining the Third Crusade to the Middle East in early Opinions of.
By the time of his ascension to the English throne, Henry possessed a larger proportion of France than the King of France. At the heart of these lands was the County of Anjou – whose people were known as Angevins.
Thus, England came to be ruled not by the son of an Anglo-Norman king, but by the son of an Angevin count and his Norman empress. Bartlett's England Under the Norman and Angevin Kings paints a multi-faceted panorama of 12th and early 13th century England.
It is equally awesome in breadth and depth. And it is free of the typical fault of medieval history, in which 90% Reviews: House of Plantagenet, royal house of England, which reigned from to and provided 14 kings, 6 of whom belonged to the cadet houses of Lancaster and York. The royal line descended from the union between Geoffrey, count of Anjou (died ), and the empress Matilda, daughter of the English king.
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