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Strongbow Bibliography

This page contains the bibliography for Catherine Armstrong's essays on
Richard fitz Gilbert de Clare (Strongbow), & his wife and daughter
Eve MacMurchada and Isabel de Clare.

  • Altschul, Michael. A Baronial Family in Medieval England: The Clares 1217-1314. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1965.

  • Amt, Emilie. The Accession of Henry II in England: Royal Government Restored, 1149-1159. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 1993.

  • Anderson, Alan and Marjorie Anderson, Eds. The Chronicle of Melrose. London: Percy Lund Humphries & Co., Ltd., 1936.

  • Annales Monastici Vol. I: Annals de Margan; Annals de Theokesberia; Annals de Burton. Ed. H.R. Luard. London: HMSO, 1864. Vaduz: Kraus Reprint Ltd., 1965.

  • Annales Monastici. Vol. II: Annals de Wintonia; Annales Monasterii de Waverleia. Ed. H. R. Luard. London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, and Green, 1865.

  • Annals of Ireland: Translated from the Original Irish of the Four Masters. Trans. by Owen Connellan. Dublin: B. Geraghty, 1846.

  • Bachrach, Bernard. "Henry II and the Angevin Tradition of Family Hostility." Albion 16.2 (Summer 1984): 111-130.

  • Barry, T. B., Robin Frame and Katherine Simms, Eds. Colony and Frontier in Medieval Ireland: Essays Presented to J. F. Lydon. London: The Hambledon Press, 1995.

  • Barnard, Francis Pierrepont. Strongbow's Conquest of Ireland. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1888.

  • Beeler, J. H. Warfare in England 1066-1189. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1961.

    ---. "Castles and Strategy in Norman and Early Angevin England." Speculum 31 (1956): 581-601.

  • Beresford, Maurice. New Towns of the Middle Ages. New York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1967.

  • Biancalana, J. "For Want of Justice: The Legal Reforms of Henry II." Columbia Law Review 88 (1988): 433-536.

    ---. "Widows and Common Law: the Development of Common Law Dower." The Irish Jurist 33ns (1988): 255-329.

  • Brooks, Eric St John. Knight's Fees in Counties Wexford, Carlow and Kilkenny. Dublin: Irish Manuscript Commission, 1950.

    ---. "Unpublished Charters Relating to Ireland, 1177-1182." Proceedings of The Royal Irish Academy 43 (1935-37): 313-66.

  • Brown, R. Allen. "A List of Castles 1154-1216." English Historical Review (April 1959): 249-280.

    ---. The Architecture Of Castles: A Visual Guide. New York: Facts on File Pub., 1984.

    ---. Castles From the Air. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1989.

    ---. Castles, Conquest and Charters: The Papers of R. Allen Brown. Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 1989.

    ---. English Medieval Castles. London: B.T. Batsford Ltd., 1955.

    ---. Origins of English Feudalism. London: George Allen and Unwin, 1973.

    ---. The Normans and The Norman Conquest. London: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1968.

    ---. The Norman Conquest; Documents of Medieval History. London: Edward Arnold Publishers, 1984.

    ---. "Royal Castle Building in England 1154-1216." English Historical Review LXX (July 1955): 352-98.

  • Brown, R. Allen, Ed. Memoranda Rolls 16-17 of King Henry III Michaelmas 1231-Michaelmas 1233. London: HMSO, 1991.

  • Brown, R. Allen, Ed. Proceedings of the Battle Conference on Anglo-Norman Studies II, 1979. Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 1980.

  • Brut y Tywysogyon or The Chronicle of the Princes Red Book of Hergest Version. Trans. by Thomas Jones. Cardiff: U Wales P, 1955.

  • Burton, J. Monastic and Religious Orders in Britain 1000-1300. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1994.

  • Carr, A. David. Medieval Wales. New York: St. Martin's P, 1995.

  • Carpenter, David. The Minority of Henry III. London: Meutheun, 1991.

  • Cazel, Fred A. Roll of Divers Accounts for the Early Years of the Reign of Henry III. London: J.W. Ruddick and Sons, Ltd., 1982.

  • Cazel, Fred A., Ed. Feudalism and Liberty: Articles and Addresses of Sidney Painter. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins P, 1961.

  • Chandler, Victoria. "Family Histories: An Aid in the Study of Anglo-Norman Aristocracy." Medieval Prosopography 6 (1985): 1-24.

  • Chaplais, Pierre, Ed. Diplomatic Documents Preserved in the Public Record Office Vol.I 1101-1272. London: HMSO, 1964.

  • Chartularies of St. Mary's Abbey Dublin: With the Register of Its House at Dunbrody Ed. John T. Gilbert. London: Longman and Company, Trubner, 1844-46.

  • Chibnall, Marjorie. Anglo-Norman England 1066-1166. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1986.

    ---. Orderic Vitalis: The Ecclesiastical History VI. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1978.

  • Chronicles and Memorials of the Reign of Richard I, Vol. I: Itinerarium Peregrinorum Et Gesta Regis Ricardi. Ed. William Stubbs. London: HMSO, 1864. Vaduz: Kraus Reprint Ltd., 1964.

  • Chronicles and Memoriales of the Reign of Richard I, Vol. II: Epistolae Cartuarienses. Ed. William Stubbs. London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts and Green, 1865.

  • The Chronicle of John of Worcester 1118-1140. Ed. J.R.H. Weaver. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1908.

  • The Chronicle of the Reigns of Henry II and Richard I 1169-1192: Commonly known As Benedict of Peterborough. Ed. William Stubbs. London: HMSO, 1867. Vaduz: Kraus Reprint Ltd., 1966.

  • Colvin, H. M. and R. A. Brown, Eds. The History of the King's Works: Vol. I & II. London: HMSO, 1963.

  • Conlon, Denis J., Ed. The Song of Dermot and Earl Richard Fitzgilbert; Le Chansun de Dermot e li Quens Richard Fiz Gilberti. Frankfurt au Main: Peter Lang, 1992.

  • Cosgrove, Art and F. X. Martin, Eds. A New History of Ireland II: Medieval Ireland 1169-1534. Oxford: The Clarendon P, 1987.

  • Coss, Peter R. The Knight in Medieval England 1000-1400. London: Stroud, 1993.

    Coss, Peter R. and J. D. Lloyd, Eds. Thirteenth Century England II: Proceedings of the New-Castle-Upon-Tyme Conference 1987. Woodbridge: Boydell P, 1988.

    ---. Thirteenth Century England I: Proceedings of the Newcastle-Upon-Tyme Conference 1985. Woodbridge: Boydell P, 1986.

  • Crouch, David. William Marshal: Court, Career and Chivalry in The Angevin Empire 1149-1219. London: Longman, 1990.

    ---. "Earl William of Gloucester and the End of the Anarchy: New Evidence Relating to the Honour of Eudo Dapifer." English Historical Review 103(1988): 69-75.

    Curtis, Edmund, Ed. Calendar of Ormond Deeds: Vol. I 1172-1350. Dublin: Stationary Office, 1932.

    ---. Vol. II 1350-1413. Dublin: Stationary Office, 1934.

    ---. Vol. III 1413-1509. Dublin: Stationary Office, 1935.

  • Curtis, E. and R. B. McDowell, Eds. Irish Historical Documents 1171-1922. London: Metheun and Co., Ltd., 1943. New York: Barnes and Noble, 1968.

  • Davies, J. Conway, Ed. The Cartae Antiquae Rolls 11-20. Printed from the Original MSS. London: J. W. Ruddick and Sons, Ltd., 1960.

  • Davis, R. H. C. "What Happened in Stephen's Reign 1135-54." History 49 (1964): 1-12.

  • De Argon, R. "In Pursuit of Aristocratic Women: A Key to Success in Norman England." Albion 14 (1982): 258-67.

    ---. "The Growth of Secure Inheritance in Anglo-Norman England." Journal of Medieval History 8 (1982): 381-91.

  • Dialogus de Scaccario: The Course of the Exchequer by Richard Fitz Nigel. Trans. and ed. by Charles Johnson. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983.

  • Dolley, Michael. Anglo-Norman Ireland 1100-1318. Dublin: Gill and MacMillan, 1972.

  • Duby, Georges. William Marshal The Flower of Chivalry. Trans. by Richard Howard. New York: Pantheon Books, 1985.

  • Edwards, Goronwy. Calendar of Ancient Correspondence Concerning Wales. Cardiff: University Press Board, 1935.

  • Expugnatio Hibernica: The Conquest of Ireland by Giraldis Cambrensis. Ed. and trans. A.B. Scott and F. X. Martin. Dublin: The Royal Irish Academy, 1978.

  • Fairbank, F. Royston. "The Last Earl of Warenne and Surrey." The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal (1989): 193-264.

  • Farrer, W. Honors and Knight's Fees. 3 Vols. Manchester: U Manchester P, 1923-25.

  • FitzNigel, Richard. Dialogus de Scaccario: The Course of the Exchequer and Constitutio Domus Regis. Ed. Charles Johnson. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983.

  • Flanagan, Theresa Marie. Irish Society, Anglo-Norman Settlers, Angevin Kingship. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1989.

    ---. "Strongbow, Henry II and Anglo-Norman Intervention in Ireland." Gillingham and Holt: 62-77.

  • Frame, Robin. Colonial Ireland 1169-1369. Dublin: Helicon, 1981.

    ---. "The English Political Identity in Medieval Ireland." Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 6th ser. III (1993): 83-104.

  • Garnett, George and John Hudson, Eds. Law and Government in Medieval England and Normandy: Essays in Honour of Sir James Holt. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1994.

  • Giles, Adrian. "Heraldry in Twelfth Century England." Williams: 1-16.

    ---. "The Knight, Heraldry and Armour: The Role of Recognition and the Origins of Heraldry." Harper-Bill and Harvey: 1-22.

  • Gillingham, John. "Conquering Barbarians: War and Chivalry in the Twelfth Century Britain." The Haskins Journal 4 (1992): 67-84.

    ---. The Angevin Empire. NY: Holmes and Meier Publishers, Inc., 1984.

    ---. "The Introduction of Knight Service into England." Proceedings of the Battle Conference on Anglo-Norman Studies IV (1981): 53-64.

    ---. "Love, Marriage and Politics in the Twelfth Century." Forum for Modern Language Studies 25 (1989): 292-303.

    ---. Richard Couer de Lion: Kingship, Chivalry and War in the Twelfth Century. London: Hambledon P, 1994.

    ---. "1066 and the Introduction of Chivalry into England." Garnett and Hudson: 31-55.

  • Gillingham, J. and J. C. Holt, Eds. War and Government in the Middle Ages: Essays in Honour of J. O. Prestwich. Woodbridge: Boydell P, 1989.

  • Green, Judith. The Aristocracy of Norman England. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1997.

    ---. "Aristocratic Loyalties on the Northern Frontier of England c 1110-1174." Williams: 83-100.

    ---. "Aristocratic Women in Early Twelfth Century England." Hollister. Anglo-Norman: 59-82.

    ---. "Family Matters: Family and the Formation of the Empress' Party in Southwest England." Keats-Rohan: 147-64.

  • Grandsden, Antonia. "Prologues in the Historiography of Twelfth Century England." Williams: 55-82.

  • Great Britain. Court of the Chancery. Rotuli Chartarum in turri londinensi asservati Vol. I Pars. I. Ed. Thomas Hardy. London: G. Eyre and A. Spottiswoode, 1837.

  • Great Britain. Court of Chancery. Rotuli litterarum clausarum in Turri londensi asservati. 2 vols. London: G. Eyre and A. Spottiswoode, 1833-44.

  • Great Britain. Court of Chancery. Rotuli litterarum patentium in Turri londinensi asservati. Ed. T. D. Hardy. London: G. Eyre and A. Spottiswoode, 1835.

  • Great Britain. Curia Regis. Curia Regis Rolls Vol. 6-7. London: HMSO, 1932 & 1935.

  • Great Britain. Exchequer. Ancient Deeds series A{E.40/13673-115068} Calendar Vol. 151. London: HMSO Swift Printers Ltd., 1978.

  • Great Britain. Exchequer. Liber Feodorum: The Book of Fees, Commonly called Testa De Nevill. Ed. H. C. Maxwell Lyte. 3 vols. London: HMSO, 1920-31.

  • Great Britain. Public Record Office. Calendar of Documents Preserved in France Illustrative of the History of Great Britain and Ireland. Ed. J. Horace Round. London: G. Eyre and A. Spottiswoode, 1899.

  • Great Britain. Public Record Office. Rotuli Curia Regis Rolls and records of the Court Held Before the King's Justiciars or Justices. Vol. I From the Sixth Year of King Richard I to the Accession of King John; Vol. II The First Year of King John. Ed. Sir Francis Palgrave. London: Public Record Commission, 1835.

  • Great Britain. Record Commission. Abbreviatio Placitorum Richard I - Edward II. Eds. G. Rose and W. Illingworth. London: G. Eyre, 1811.

  • Great Britain. Record Commission. Calendarium Rotularum Paptentium in turri londinensi. London: G. Eyre and A. Strahan, 1802.

  • Great Britain. Public Record Commission. The Great Roll of the Pipe for the First Year of the Reign of King Richard I 1189-1190. Ed. Joseph Hunter. London: G. Eyre and A. Spottiswoode, 1844.

  • Great Britain. Record Commission. The Great Roll of the Pipe for the Fourth Year of the Reign of King Henry III Michaelmas 1220. London: J.W. Ruddick and Sons, Ltd., 1990.

  • Great Britain. Record Commission. The Great Roll of the Pipe for the Fifth Year of the Reign of King Henry III Michaelmas 1221. London: J. W. Ruddick and Sons Ltd., 1990.

  • Great Britain. Record Commission. Rotuli Cancellarii vel Antigraphum Magni Rotuli Pipae de tertio anno regni regis Johannis. London: G. Eyre and A. Spottiswoode, 1833.

  • Great Britain. Record Commission. Rotuli de Oblatis et finibus in Turri londensi asservat, tempore regis Johannis. Ed. T. D. Hardy. London: G. Eyre and A. Spottiswoode, 1835.

  • Great Britain. Record Commission. Rotuli normanniae in turri londensi asservati, Johanne et Henrico quinto, Angliae regibus. London: G. Eyre and A. Spottiswoode, 1835.

  • Great Britian. Record Commission. Rotuli Selecti Ad Rec Anglicas et Hibernicas. Ed. Joseph Hunter. London: HMSO, 1834.

  • The Great Roll of the Pipe for the Second, Third and Fourth Years of the Reign of King Henry II AD 1155,1156,1157,1158. Ed. Joseph Hunter. London: G. Eyre and A. Spottiswoode, 1844.

  • Griffiths, M. "Native Society on the Anglo-Norman Frontier: The Evidence of the Margan Charters." Welsh History Review 146 (1988-89): 179-216.

  • Hall, Hamilton. "The Marshall Pedigree." The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 43 (1913): 1-29.

  • Hanawalt, Barbara. The Ties That Bound. New York: Oxford UP, 1986.

  • Hand, G. J. "English Law in Ireland 1171-1351." The Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 33.4 (Winter 1972): 393-420.

  • Harper-Bill, Christorpher. "The Piety of the Anglo-Norman Knightly Class." Proceedings of the Battle Conference II: 63-77.

  • Harper-Bill, Christopher, et al, eds. Studies in Medieval History Presented to R. Allen Brown. Woodbridge: Boydell P, 1989.

  • Harper-Bill, Christopher and Ruth Harvey, eds. The Ideals and Practice of Medieval Knighthood III. Woodbridge: Boydell P, 1990.

    ---. The Ideals and Practice of Medieval Knighthood IV. Woodbridge: Boydell P, 1991.

  • Heiser, Richard R. "Richard I and His Appointments to English Shrievalties." English Historical Review CXII (1997): 1-29.

    ---. "The Royal Familiares of King Richard I." Medieval Prosopography 11(1989): 3-28.

    ---. "The Households of the Justiciars of Richard I: An Inquiry into the Second Level of Medieval English Government." The Haskins Society Journal 2(1990): 223-35.

  • Helmholz, R. H. Marriage Litigation in Medieval England. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1975.

  • Hicks, Michael. Bastard Feudalism. New York: Longman, 1995.

  • Hogg, A.H.A. and King, D.J.C. "Masonry Castles in Wales." Archaeologia Cambrensis 119 (1970): 119-124.

  • Hollister, Warren, ed. Anglo-Norman Political Culture and the Twelfth Century Renaissance. Woodbridge: Boydell P, 1996.

    ---. "Henry I and the Anglo-Norman Magnates." Proceedings of the Battle Conference II: (1980):93-107.

    ---. "Stephen's Anarchy." Albion 6 (1974): 233-39.

    ---. Monarchy, Magnates and Institutions on the Anglo-Norman World. London: The Hambledon P, 1986.

  • Holt, J.C. and Richard Mortimer, Eds. The ACTA of Henry II and Richard I. London: Paradigm Print, 1986.

    ---. "The Introduction of Knight Service into England." Proceedings of the Battle Conference VI (1983): 89-106.

    ---. "Politics and Property in Early Medieval England." Past and Present 57 (1972): 3-52.

    ---. "Feudal Society and the Family in Early Medieval England: The Revolution of 1066." Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 32 (1982): 193-212.

    ---. "Notions of Patrimony II." TRHS 33 5th ser. (1983): 193-220.

    ---. "Patronage and Politics III." TRHS 34 5th ser. (1984): 1-25.

    ---. "The Heiress and the Alien IV." TRHS 35 5th series (1985): 1-28.

  • Hudson, John. Land, Law and Lordship in Angevin-Norman England. Oxford: The Clarendon P, 1994.

    ---. "Life Grants of Land and the Development of Inheritance in Anglo-Norman England." Proceedings of the Battle Conference XII (1989): 67-80.

    ---. "Medieval Charters: The Last Witness." Journal of the Society of Archivists 5 (1974): 71-89.

  • A History of the Revenues of the Kings of England 1066-1399. Ed. Sir James Ramsay. Oxford: The Clarendon P, 1925.

  • Howlett, Richard. Chronicles and Memorials of the Reigns of Stephen, Henry II and Richard I. 4 vols. London: Longmans, etc., 1884-89.

  • Irish Record Commission. Rotulorum Patentium et Clausarum Cancellariae Hiberniae Calendarium Dublin: Irish Record Commission, 1928.

  • James, Thomas B. The Palaces of Medieval England 1050-1550. London: Seaby Ltd., 1990.

  • Jenkins, Dafyad. "Kings, Lords and Princes: The Nomenclature of Authority in Thirteenth Century Wales." The Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 26 (1974-76): 451-62.

  • Joliffe, J. E. A. Angevin Kingship. London: Adam and Charles Black, 1955.

  • Keats-Rohan, K. S. B. Family Trees and the Roots of Policies: The Prosopography of Britain and France from the Tenth to the Twelfth Century. Woodbridge: Boydell P, 1997.

    ---. "The Prosopography of Post Conquest England." Medieval Prosopography 14 (1993): 1-50.

  • Keefe, Thomas K. Feudal Assessments and the Political Community under Henry II and his sons. Berkeley: U California P, 1983.

    ---. "King Henry II and the Earls: The Pipe Roll Evidence." Albion 14 (1982): 258-67.

  • King, D. J. Cathcart. "Pembroke Castle." Archaeologia Cambrensis 127 (1970): 75-121.

  • King, Edmund. "King Stephen and the Anglo-Norman Aristocracy." History 59 (1974): 180-94.

  • Lally, J. E. "Secular Patronage at the Court of King Henry II." Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research 49 (1976): 159-84.

  • Landon, Lionel, Ed. The Cartae Antiquae Rolls 1-10 Printed from Original MSS. London: J. W. Ruddick And Sons, 1939.

  • La Patourel, John. Feudal Empires Norman and Plantagenet. London: The Hambledon P, 1984.

  • Latimer, P. "Grants of 'Totus Comitatus' in Twelfth Century England: Their Origin and Meaning." Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Record 59 (1986): 137-145.

  • Lees, Beatrice, Ed. Records of the Templars in England in the Twelfth Century: The Inquest of 1185 with Illustrative Charters and Documents. London: Humphrey Milford Oxford UP, 1935.

  • Legge, M. "William the Marshal and Arthur of Brittany." Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research 55 (1982): 18-24.

  • Lewis, E. A., Ed. An Inventory of the Early Chancery Proceedings Concerning Wales. Cardiff: University Press Board, 1937.

  • Lewis, C. P. "The Early Earls of Norman England." Proceedings of the Battle Conference XIII (1991): 207-23.

  • Lloyd, L. C. "Origins of the Family Warenne." The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 31 (1934): 97-113.

  • Lydon, James, Ed. The English in Medieval Ireland. Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 1984.

  • MacAirt, Sean, Ed. and trans. The Annals of Inisfallen [MS Rawlinson B503]. Dublin: Alex. Thom and Co., Ltd., 1951.

  • MacNiocaill, G. Ed. The Red Book of the Earls of Kildare. Dublin: Irish Manuscript Commission, 1969.

  • Martindale, Jane. "Peace and War in Early Eleventh Century Aquitaine." Harper-Bill IV; 147-76.

    ---. Status, Authority and Regional Power Aquitaine and France Ninth to the Twelfth Centuries. Aldershot,UK: Variorum, 1997.

  • Mason, Emma. "Magnates, Curiales and the Wheel of Fortune." Proceedings of the Battle Conference II (1980) 118-40.

  • Mason, J.F.A. "Barons and their Officials in the Later Eleventh Century." Proceedings of the Battle Conference XIII (1991): 243-62.

  • Meale, Carol M. ed. Women and Literature in Britain 1150-1500. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1993.

  • Meisel, J. Barons of the Welsh Frontier: The Corbet, Pantulf and FitzWarrin Families 1066-1272 Lincoln, NE: U Nebraska P, 1980.

  • Mooers, Stephanie. "Networks of Power in Anglo-Norman England." Medieval Prosopography 7 (1986): 25-54.

  • Moore, J.S. "Anglo-Norman Family Size and Structure." Proceedings of the Battle Conference XIV (1992): 155-96.

  • Mortimer, R. "Beginnings of the Honour of Clare." Proceedings of the Battle Conference III (1981): 119-41.

    ---. Angevin England 1154-1258. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 1994.

  • Newman, C.A. The Anglo-Norman Nobility in the Reign of Henry I: The Second Generation. Philadelphia: U Pennsylvania P, 1988.

  • Normandy. Exchequer. Magni Rotuli Scaccarii Normanniae sub regibus Angliae. Trans. T Stapleton. London: Sumptibus Soc. Antiq. Londiniensis, 1840-44.

  • Otway-Ruthven, J. "The Chief Governor of Medieval Ireland." Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland Journal XCV (1965): 227-36.

    ---. "Knight Service In Ireland." RSAIJN (1959): 1-15.

    ---. "The Medieval Court of Kildare." Irish Historical Studies 11 (1959): 181-99.

  • Painter, Sidney. William Marshal Knight-Errant, Baron and Regent of England. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins P, 1982.

    ---. Studies in the History of the English Feudal Baronies. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins P, 1943.

  • Regesta Henrici Primi. [Vol. II of Regesta Regum Anglo-Normannorum] Ed. Charles Johnson and H.A. Cronne. Oxford: The Clarendon P, 1957.

  • Regesta Stephani uc Mathildis Imperatricis as Gaufridi et Hernici Ducum Normannorum [Vol. IV of Regesta Regum Anglo-Normannorum]. Ed. H.A. Cronne and H.C. Davies. Oxford: The Clarendon P, 1968.

  • Rees, William. An Historical Atlas of Wales From Early to Modern Times. Cardiff: 1821. London: Faber and Faber, 1967.

  • Reynolds, Susan. Fiefs and Vassals: The Medieval Evidence Reinterpreted. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1994.

  • Richardson, H.C. and G. O. Sayles, Eds. The Administration of Ireland 1172-1377. Dublin: Stationary Office for Irish Manuscripts, 1963.

  • Richter, Michael. "David ap Llywelyn: The First Prince of Wales." Welsh History Review 51 (1971): 205-19.

  • Roderick, A.J. "Marriage and Politics in Wales 1066-1282." The Welsh History Review 4 (1968-9): 1-20.

  • Roger of Wendover Flowers of History. Ed. and trans. by J. A. Giles. London: Henry G. Bohn, 1849-59.

  • Round, J. H., Ed. Feudal England Studies on the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries. Reprint. London: G. Allen and Unwin, 1964.

    ---. "The Countess of Ireland." The Genealogist 18 (1901): 166-7.

    ---. "The Family of Clare." Archaeological Journal 56 (1899): 221-31.

    ---. Geoffrey de Mandeville: A Study of Anarchy. London: Longman, Green and Co., 1892.

    ---. Studies in Peerage and Family Histories. London: Tabard Press, 1970.

    ---. Family Origins and Other Studies. London: Constable and Co., Ltd., 1930.

    ---. Ed. Ancient Charters :Royal and Private Prior to 1200 AD. London: Wymans and Sons, 1888.

  • Rowlands, I. W. "William De Braose and the Lordship of Brecon." The Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 30 (1982-3): 122-33.

  • Sanders, I. J. English Baronies: A Study in Their Origins and Descent 1086-1327. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1960.

    ---. Feudal Military Service in England: A Study of the Constitutional and Military Powers of the Barons in Medieval England. London: Oxford UP, 1956.

  • Sheehan, M. "A List of the Thirteenth Century English Wills." The Geneaologist's Magazine 13 (1961): 259-65.

  • Sheehy, M. P. "The Registrum Novum: A Manuscript of Holy Trinity Cathedral." Reportorium Novum:Dubli Diocesan Historical Record 3 (1963-4):249-81.

    ---. "Diplomatica: Unpublished Charters Relating to Ireland." Shirley, W. W., Ed. Royal and Other Historical Letters Illustrative of the Reign of Henry III:Vol. II 1236-1272. London: Longman, Green, Ruder and Dyer, 1866.

    ---. Vol. I 1216-1235. London: Longman, Green, Longman and Roberts, 1862.

  • Strickland, Matthew. War and Chivalry: The Conduct and Perception of War in England and Normandy, 1066-1217. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1966.

  • Stringer, Keith J. The Reign of King Stephen: Kingship Warfare and Government in the Twelfth Century England. London: Routledge, 1993.

  • Stubbs. William. Introductions to the Rolls Series. 1st AMS ed. Ed. Arthur Hassall. New York: AMS P, 1966.

  • Taylor, A. J. "Usk Castle and the Pipe Roll of 1185." Archaeological Cambrensis 99 (1946-7): 249-255.

  • Thorne, Samuel. "English Feudalism and Estates in Land." The Cambridge Law Journal 23 (1959): 193-209.

  • Turner, R.V. "The Mandeville Inheritance 1189-1236." The Haskins Society Journal 1 (1989): 147-72.

    ---. The King and His Courts: The Role of John and Henry III in Administration of Justice 1199-1240. Ithaca: Cornell Press, 1968.

  • The Great Roll of the Pipe for Second Year of the Reign of King Richard I Michaelmas 1190. Ed. Doris M. Stenton. London: J.W. Ruddick and Sons, 1925.

  • The Great Roll of the Pipe For the Third and Fourth Year of the Reign of King Richard Mich 1191 and Mich 1192. Ed. Doris M. Stenton. London: J. W. Ruddick and Sons, 1926.

  • The Great Roll of the Pipe for the Fifth Year of the Reign of King Richard I Michaelmas 1193. Ed. Doris M. Stenton. London: J. W. Ruddick and Sons, 1927.

  • The Great Roll of the Pipe for the Sixteenth Year of the Reign of King John Michaelmas 1214. Ed. Patricia M. Barnes. London: J. W. Ruddick and Sons, 1912.

  • Three Rolls of the King's Court in the Reign of King Richard I AD 1194-95. Ed. F. W. Maitland. London: Wyman and Sons, Ltd., 1891. Vaduz: Kraus Reprint, 1966.

  • Vincent, Nicholas. Peter des Roches: An Alien in English Politics 1205-1238. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1996.

    ---. "A Roll of Knights Summoned to Campaign in 1213." The Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 66 (1993): 89-97.

  • Walker, R. F. "The Supporters of Richard Marshal Earl of Pembroke in the Rebellion of 1233-34." The Welsh History Review 17 (1994): 41-65.

    ---. "Henry II's Charter to Pembroke." The Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 36 (1989): 132-45.

  • Walker, Sue Sheridan, ed. Wife and Widow in Medieval England. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1993.

    ---. "Free Consent and Marriage of Feudal Wards in Medieval England." Journal of Medieval History 8 (1982): 123-34.

  • Ward, J. C. "Fashions in Monastic Endowment: The Foundations of the Clare Family 1066-1344." The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 32 (1981): 427-52.

  • Ward, Jennifer, Ed. and trans. Women of the English Nobility and Gentry 1066-1500. Manchester: U Manchester P, 1995.

  • Wareham, Andrew. "The Motives and Politics of the Bigod Family c 1066-1177." The Battle Conference XVI (1994): 223-42.

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