By Christopher Harper-Bill, Carole Rawcliffe, Richard G. Wilson
East Anglia's political and fiscal value within the heart a long time is apparent for all to work out, stemming at the beginning from its an important place at the jap seashores of the North Sea and its participation within the successive styles of invasion and cost of britain. Archaeological proof abounds: burial mounds, castles, nice church buildings deriving from the wealth created by way of sheep, yeoman farmhouses, and industry cities of eighteenth-century splendor. in the back of those seen manifestations of the march of centuries lie specific histories, and those seventeen stories from the region's most sensible students exhibit a few of these jigsaw puzzles of time, starting from the Domesday herring when it comes to monasteries, memorials, wills, Gainsborough and backyard historical past to the growing to be ardour for usual heritage and technology within the mid 19th century. They make a major contribution to an figuring out of the zone, and whilst honour Norman Scarfe, whose personal reports have performed a outstanding half within the interpretation of East Anglia's historical past. members JOHN BLATCHLY, JAMES CAMPBELL, CHRISTOPHER HARPER-BILL, CAROLE RAWCLIFFE, DAVID DYMOND, PETER NORTHEAST, COLIN RICHMOND, JUDITH MIDDLETON-STEWART, DIARMAID MacCULLOCH, HASSELL SMITH, TOM WILLIAMSON, EDWARD MARTIN, JONATHAN THEOBALD, RICHARD WILSON, HUGH BELSEY, STEVEN PLUNKETT, GEOFFREY MARTIN, MICHAEL HOWARD.
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Liber Eliensis, ed. O. Blake, Camden Society, 3rd series, XCII, 1962, 202. Sibton Abbey Cartularies and Charters, ed. P. Brown, 4 vols, Suffolk Charters VII–X, SRS 1985–88, iii, no. 470; Stenton, First Century, 244. 27 In 1170 the new Clare earl of Hertford ordered certain of his men that they should not swear before the king’s justices that Stephen had ever been the rightful tenant. By then, however, Gilbert de Danmartin, the culprit’s son, had in an impressive ceremony granted the disputed estate to Stoke by Clare priory, for the salvation of himself, his father and the late earl and on condition that the community would accept him as a monk when he so wished and would celebrate his anniversary in perpetuity.
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J. Pestell, ‘An Analysis of Monastic Foundation in East Anglia, c. D. thesis, 1999, which it is hoped will soon be published. Pestell argues convincingly that many ‘new’ twelfth-century foundations were on sites formerly occupied by small groups of priests. D. N. D. J. Godfrey, The Church in Anglo-Saxon England, Cambridge 1962, ch. 18. Most recently, J. Burton, The Monastic Order in Yorkshire, 1069–1215, Cambridge 1999. M. Stenton, ‘St Benet of Holme and the Norman Conquest’, EHR xxxvii, 1922, 225–35, at p.
East Anglia's History: Studies in Honour (Honor) of Norman Scarfe by Christopher Harper-Bill, Carole Rawcliffe, Richard G. Wilson