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Norman rule in Cumbria, 1092-1136

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Uses the charters of William II and Henry I to investigate the extent of royal administration in Cumberland in comparison with Northumberland. Immediately after William II’s conquest of Carlisle in 1092, it is impossible to be sure what structures were put in place, though there is a possibility that Ivo Taillebois (d. 1094) was for a short time in charge. By 1101 Ranulf Meschin had charge of both Carlisle and Appleby with wide but undefined powers under the king. He surrenders his role in 11...

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Department:
Oxford, HUM, History Faculty
Publisher:
Titus Wilson & Son, Kendal, Cumbria
Volume:
XXI
Pages:
78
Series:
Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, Tract Series
Publication date:
2006
Pubs id:
pubs:641965
URN:
uri:0833d805-eebf-4c71-a39a-ceda29bfae3b
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uuid:0833d805-eebf-4c71-a39a-ceda29bfae3b
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pubs:641965
ISBN:
1-873124-43-0
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