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Medieval ecclesiastical studies : in honour of Dorothy M. Owen / edited by M.J. Franklin and Christopher Harper-Bill.

Contributor(s): Owen, Dorothy Mary | Franklin, M. J. (Michael J.) | Harper-Bill, Christopher.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Studies in the history of medieval religion, v. 7. Publisher: Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK ; Rochester, NY, USA : Boydell Press, 1995Description: xxi, 310 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0851153844 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Owen, Dorothy Mary | Owen, Dorothy Mary -- Bibliography | Church history -- Middle Ages, 600-1500 | England -- Church history -- 1066-1485DDC classification: 274.2/05
Contents:
Dorothy Owen at Lincoln / Joan Varley -- Dorothy Owen at Lambeth / David S. Chambers -- Dorothy Owen at Cambridge / C.N.L. Brooke -- The prior and convent of Ely and their management of the manor of Lakenheath in the fourteenth century / Mark Bailey -- Canon law and the litigation: the century before Gratian / Martin Brett -- English episcopal acta of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries / C.N.L. Brooke -- Bodies in medieval Northampton: legatine intervention in the twelfth century / M.J. Franklin -- John of Oxford, diplomat and bishop / Christopher Harper-Bill -- Bishop Sutton's chantry / Rosalind Hill -- Bishop Nykke's last visitation, 1532 / Ralph Houlbrooke -- Informing the archdeacon on ecclesiastical matters in twelfth-century England / Brian Kemp -- The Cambridge canon law faculty: sermons and addresses / F. Donald Logan -- Church courts and criminous clerks in the later middle ages / A.K. McHardy -- The church in the 1279 hundred rolls / Sandra Raban -- The 'officials' of the bishop in twelfth- and thirteenth-century England: problems of terminology / David M. Smith -- Malicious indictments of clergy in the fifteenth century / R. L. Storey -- Parochialism and particularism: the dispute over the status of Ditchford Frary, Warwickshire, in the early fifteenth century / R.N. Swanson -- Boundaries and margins: Barnet, Fitchley and Totteridge / Pamela Taylor -- Collective indulgences from Rome and Avignon / P.N.R. Zutshi -- Bibliography of the writings of Dorothy Mary Owen / Arthur Owen.
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Dorothy Owen at Lincoln / Joan Varley -- Dorothy Owen at Lambeth / David S. Chambers -- Dorothy Owen at Cambridge / C.N.L. Brooke -- The prior and convent of Ely and their management of the manor of Lakenheath in the fourteenth century / Mark Bailey -- Canon law and the litigation: the century before Gratian / Martin Brett -- English episcopal acta of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries / C.N.L. Brooke -- Bodies in medieval Northampton: legatine intervention in the twelfth century / M.J. Franklin -- John of Oxford, diplomat and bishop / Christopher Harper-Bill -- Bishop Sutton's chantry / Rosalind Hill -- Bishop Nykke's last visitation, 1532 / Ralph Houlbrooke -- Informing the archdeacon on ecclesiastical matters in twelfth-century England / Brian Kemp -- The Cambridge canon law faculty: sermons and addresses / F. Donald Logan -- Church courts and criminous clerks in the later middle ages / A.K. McHardy -- The church in the 1279 hundred rolls / Sandra Raban -- The 'officials' of the bishop in twelfth- and thirteenth-century England: problems of terminology / David M. Smith -- Malicious indictments of clergy in the fifteenth century / R. L. Storey -- Parochialism and particularism: the dispute over the status of Ditchford Frary, Warwickshire, in the early fifteenth century / R.N. Swanson -- Boundaries and margins: Barnet, Fitchley and Totteridge / Pamela Taylor -- Collective indulgences from Rome and Avignon / P.N.R. Zutshi -- Bibliography of the writings of Dorothy Mary Owen / Arthur Owen.

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