February 22, 2017

A Deadly Penance (Templar Knight Mystery, Book 6) by Maureen Ash

By Maureen Ash

A new Templar Knight secret from the writer who "masterfully creates a medieval global jam-packed with wealthy old detail." (National bestselling writer Victoria Thompson) Templar Bascot de Marins is summoned to Lincoln fort to benefit who murdered a servant engaged in a bootleg affair with a married lady. even supposing the jealous husband had a purpose, Bascot's research uncovers a extra stunning revelation concerning the sufferer that might supply him any variety of strength enemies...

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Backhouse (1991), p. 132, no. 97. The Durham Liber Vitae is ed. A. J. Piper, D. Rollason, L. Rollason (2007), 3 vols. 28 M. P. Brown, The Lindisfarne Gospels and the Early Medieval World (2011). D. 600–900, ed. Webster and Backhouse and The Golden Age of Anglo-Saxon Art, 900–1066, ed. J. Backhouse, D. H. Turner, and L. Webster (1984), and see M. P. Brown, The Book and the Transformation of Britain c550–1050: A Study in Literacy (2011). 30 P. H. Sawyer, Anglo-Saxon Charters: an Annotated List (1968) numbers 1,875 items.

The term ‘liber iudiciarius’ is also used at Dialogus (1950), pp. 4, 14, 54, 61, 62 and Dialogus (2007), pp. 6, 20, 84, 94, 96. ‘Liber iudiciarius’ means ‘the judicial book’, not ‘the book of judgements’ as translated in Dialogus (2007), p. 99. 15 Dialogus (1950), p. 5. Dialogus (2007), p. 6. P1: TIX/XYZ P2: ABC JWST174-c01 JWST174-Clanchy June 16, 2012 7:24 Trim: 246mm X 171mm Memories and Myths of the Norman Conquest Printer Name: Yet to Come 27 made Henry II (1154–89) the richest king in Europe.

O’Brien, God’s Peace and King’s Peace, the Laws of Edward the Confessor (1999). P. Wormald, The Making of English Law: King Alfred to the Twelfth Century (1999). 24 P1: TIX/XYZ JWST174-c01 P2: ABC JWST174-Clanchy 30 June 16, 2012 7:24 Trim: 246mm X 171mm Printer Name: Yet to Come The Making of Records that he may have considered the Anglo-Saxon lawcodes simply irrelevant because they were obsolete. The only current English laws in his view were the legislative acts of Henry II, which took the form of the various royal writs in Latin initiating litigation which the author of Glanvill discusses in detail.

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