By R. Allen Brown
Battles in England and Normandy 1066-1154; Philip II's castle coverage in Normandy; Order of Sempringham; Anselm's Letters; Henry I, conflict and international relations; advent of Knight provider in England; Scandinavian nfluence in 11th-Century Norman Literature; Gesta Normannorum; Architectural implications of Decreta Lanfranci; William and the Church of Rome; Lincoln Cathedral; `Lewes staff' of Wall work; Knights Templar at Shipley Church. J. BRADBURY, C. COULSON, R. FOREVILLE, W. FRçHLICH, C.W. HOLLISTER, J.C. HOLT, E. VAN HOUTS, G. HUISMAN, A.W. KLUKAS, P.A. MACCARINI, D. OWEN, D. PARK, R. GEM.30 plates, figs.
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30 Anglo-Norman Studies VI towns facilitated Philip's intervention at Reirns in 1203, and in 1193-4to help Count Peter of Nevers obtain aid from the clergy of Auxerre (Yonne) for walling that town along the river-side. In the growing danger of May 1210, Philip combined military precaution with scrupulous feudal propriety in tactfully lending the townsmen of ChBlons-sur-Marne20001i. to speed up their worksof fortification, without prejudice to the rights of the bishop who had denied clerical liability to ~ o n t r i b u t e .
Rendability in Normandy was already seignorial (as well as ducal) by the twelfth century as elsewhere (note 15 below). 4 which avoids the usual tautology and equally implausible juxtaposing of fortitudo in its literal and figurative senses. Attempts t o apply the very precise wording to include masonry and major works (the diagnostic tumk is absent) are conventional but questionable (A. H. Thompson, Military Architecture in England during the Middle Ages, Oxford 1912, 89-90; Armitage (1 912), 337-8; Powicke (1961), 180; M.
Ph. 1336). z7 The forthrightness of Lt Cot. A. H. Burne ( m e Cdcy War, London 1955, 12) about what he calls 'inherent military probability' is as rare as rigorous analysis, but see R. C. Smail (Crusading Warfae 1097-1193, Cambridge 1956,l-17,60-2,204-44) and C. Warren Hotlister (The Militaiy Organization of Norman England, Oxford 1965, 161-6). Philip 11's fortress-policy was no more 'anti-castle' than it was 'anti-feudal'. Diagnostic early cases, not cited elsewhere in this paper, are 118011, comital rights at Parai-le-Monial; 11 81 12, section of town wall of Soissons removed to obviate harm to the royal castle; 1182/3, fortifying in the castellany m i t a s .
Anglo-Norman Studies VI: Proceedings of the battle Conference 1983 by R. Allen Brown