The Saxon Church and the Norman Conquest
Charles Thomas Cruttwell [1847-1911]

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Book Description

The Saxon Church and the Norman Conquest
Publication Year:
Methuen & Co.
Anselm of Canterbury, Medieval Church History
Copyright Holder:
Public Domain

Charles Thomas Cruttwell [1847-1911], The Saxon Church and the Norman Conquest


  • Preface by the General Editor
  • Introduction
  • Book 1
    1. From Ecgbehrt to Alfred
    2. Church and People up to Alfred's Time
    3. The Reforms of Alfred
    4. The Successors of Alfred
    5. The House of Wessex and the Rise of Dunstan
    6. The New Benediction
    7. The National Decay
  • Book 2
    1. The Beginnings of Norman Influence
    2. The Last of the English Kings
    3. The Norman Conquest
    4. William and Lanfranc
    5. William Rufus
    6. William and Anselm
    7. Henry I and Anselm
    8. Henry I—continued
    9. Some Results of the Conquest
  • Table of Successors of Archbishops of Canterbury and York
  • Index

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