Feudal Society in Medieval France

Feudal Society in Medieval France
Documents from the County of Champagne

Theodore Evergates, Editor

1993 | 192 pages | Cloth $39.95 | Paper $24.95
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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction

Chapter I. The Governance of a Feudal State Feudal Policies
1. Permission to Clairvaux to acquire fiefs, ca. 1145
2. The count acquires a castle and grants fiefs for castleguard, 1200
3. The assignment of a new fief, 1201
4. Liege homage is imposed on a younger brother in 1201
5. Authorization to build a castle, 1206
6. An exemption to the castle policy, 1223
7. An allodial castle is feudalized, 1221
8. Confiscation of an unauthorized alienation, 1234
9. The repurchase of a fief, 1244
10. The great feudal inquest, 1249-1250
11. Unauthorized alienations to the church, 1250-1252
12. Restrictions on Templar acquisitions, 1191, 1255
13. Authorization to acquire feudal property, 1260
14. Royal taxation of alienated fiefs, 1291
15. Count Thibaut V taxes his feudal tenants, 1257