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Edward the Confessor and Henry II By Timothy Enloe
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This thesis focuses on Edward the Confessor (r. 1042-1066), an Anglo-Saxon “sacral king” who was declared a saint a century after his death. in a century torn by strife between the... More > Church and slowly emerging national powers, King Henry II used the political symbol of King Edward and his real, personal presence in this world as Saint Edward to support a strong royalist view of authority against the clericalist view of the English Church of his day. As both a king and a saint, Edward became a perfect illustration of the fundamental Medieval dilemma of how to reconcile and properly relate the “two orders” of Christian society, the temporal and the spiritual.< Less
Edward the Confessor and Henry II By Timothy Enloe
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This thesis focuses on Edward the Confessor (r. 1042-1066), an Anglo-Saxon “sacral king” who was declared a saint a century after his death. in a century torn by strife between the... More > Church and slowly emerging national powers, King Henry II used the political symbol of King Edward and his real, personal presence in this world as Saint Edward to support a strong royalist view of authority against the clericalist view of the English Church of his day. As both a king and a saint, Edward became a perfect illustration of the fundamental Medieval dilemma of how to reconcile and properly relate the “two orders” of Christian society, the temporal and the spiritual.< Less
The Gospels in Anglo-Saxon By St. Edward the Confessor Press
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The four Gospels of Saints Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, in oversized format, all in Old English/ Anglo-Saxon. A preface in English introduces the scope of the work, which follows in very clear,... More > easy to read text. Excellent for the student of Old English, churchmen in the English tradition, or folks who just couldn't get enough of Beowulf! A very succinct index follows the Gospels, and all Gospels are broken into chapter and verse for ease of reference and translation practice.< Less
Liber Usualis Anglicanorum By St. Edward the Confessor Press
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This book presents the Latin text of the original Liber Usualis, with a convenient introduction in English. The text has been reproduced with 4 pages to a page, making it much more portable, yet... More > still quite readable and useful.< Less
The Disambiguation of Leuric By Hikaru Kitabayashi
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This book is about a human relations network, centering on a family while extensive landed interests in the English midlands during the reigns of Edward the Confessor and William the Conqueror.
Den of Spies By Lucy la Zouche
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This is Lucy la Zouche’s first work of faction - a mix of fact and fiction. It covers one of the most fundamental periods of change in English History.This was nothing short of dynastic change... More > where Edward the Confessor, the last King from the House of Wessex, was succeeded initially by Harold Godwinson and then by William of Normandy both of whom had absolutely no legitimate claim to the throne of England except force of arms.The book is written in the form of a narrative by a Norman who really existed, Robert of the Dene or Robert de Dene. He is recorded as being, for a time, Pincerna or Cup Bearer to King Edward the Confessor. For most of his adult life he lived at what is now Buckhurst Park at Withyham in Sussex. He and his brother and their descendants became some of the most significant landowners in Kent, Surrey, Sussex and Essex. Robert’s descendants, the Denne family, left their mark as there are still three geographic locations in England called Denne Hill.< Less
Den of Spies By Lucy la Zouche
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This is Lucy la Zouche’s first work of faction - a mix of fact and fiction. It covers one of the most fundamental periods of change in English History.This was nothing short of dynastic change... More > where Edward the Confessor, the last King from the House of Wessex, was succeeded initially by Harold Godwinson and then by William of Normandy both of whom had absolutely no legitimate claim to the throne of England except force of arms.The book is written in the form of a narrative by a Norman who really existed, Robert of the Dene or Robert de Dene. He is recorded as being, for a time, Pincerna or Cup Bearer to King Edward the Confessor. For most of his adult life he lived at what is now Buckhurst Park at Withyham in Sussex. He and his brother and their descendants became some of the most significant landowners in Kent, Surrey, Sussex and Essex. Robert’s descendants, the Denne family, left their mark as there are still three geographic locations in England called Denne Hill.< Less
The Chronicles of the Ancient Family Congalton : Conkleton 11th Century By Alexander Conkleton
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This is part one of the rediscovered legacy of the ancient family Congalton, and all variations of the name. The family dates back over 1,000 years. These chronicles for the first time bring all the... More > fragments of this historic family into one all inclusive story which tells the journey of this family through the ages, including the times and peoples they lived amongst and were influenced by. This first part traces the earliest origins of the family in the 11th century.< Less
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