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Introduction 1. Writing about Charles Martel - Paul Fouracre 2. Peers in the early middle ages - Janet L. Nelson 3. Stepmothers in Frankish legal life - Brigitte Kasten 4. Political ideas in late tenth-century England: Charters as evidence - Pauline Stafford 5. Medieval mentalities and primative legal practice - Michael Clanchy 6. The problem of treason: the trial of Daire le Roux - Stephen D. White 7. Between law and politics: Thr judicial duel under the Angevin kings - Jane Martindale 8. Local custon in early common law - Paul Brand 9. 'Slaves of the Normans'? Gerald de Barri and regnal solidarity in early thirteenth-century England - John Gillingham 10. Kinsmen, neighbours and communities in Wales and the Western British Isles, c.1100-c.1400 - Rees Davies 11. Lay kinship solidarity and Papal law - David d'Avray 12. Laity, laicicization and Philip the Fair of France - Elizabeth R. Brown 13. Lay solidarities: The wards of medieval London - Caroline Barron 14. Language, laughter and lay solidarities: and inquiry into the decline of pilgrimage and crusading - Charles T. Wood 15. Lay/Clerical distinctions in Early India - Romila Tharpar A bibliography of Susan Reynold's work Index -- .
Pauline Stafford is Professor of Medieval History at the University of Liverpool. Janet L. Nelson is Professor of Medieval History at King's College, University of London. Jane Martindale taught Medieval History at the University of East Anglia and is a Life Member of Clare Hall, University of Cambridge -- .