Richard Lionheart and the Episcopate in His French Domains

@article{Turner1998RichardLA,
  title={Richard Lionheart and the Episcopate in His French Domains},
  author={Ralph V. Turner},
  journal={French Historical Studies},
  year={1998},
  volume={21},
  pages={517}
}
  • R. Turner
  • Published 1998
  • History
  • French Historical Studies
Richard Lionheart's historical reputation is primarily that of a warrior kingrex iWle bellicosus in one English chronicler's words-yet recent scholarship has sought to place the English ruler in the context of "administrative kingship."' Previous tests of Richard's personal involvement in governing his domains have concentrated on his kingdom of England, neglecting his Continental domains (with the exception of Normandy to some extent). The survival of masses of administrative records from… 
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