The English aristocracy, 1070-1272: a social transformation
The book describes the transformation in aristocrats' expectations, conduct, piety and status;the aristocracy'sexpressions of social domination, and their relationship with the monarchy. It synchronises for the first time English with Continental scholarship, and eschews traditional models of feudal and bastard feudal societies.
Crouch, D. The English aristocracy, 1070-1272: a social transformation. The University of Hull
|Book Type||Authored Book|
|Deposit Date||Dec 19, 2014|
|Peer Reviewed||Not Peer Reviewed|
|Book Title||The English aristocracy, 1070-1272: a social transformation|
|Keywords||aristocracy, social class, nobility, social display, knighthood, chivalry, social theory, habitus, piety, gender relations, justice, peers, peerage, social conduct,|
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