Journal Article

Between France, England and Burgundy: Amiens under the Lancastrian Dual Monarchy, 1422–35

Neil Murphy

in French History

Published on behalf of Society for the Study of French History

Volume 26, issue 2, pages 143-163
Published in print June 2012 | ISSN: 0269-1191
Published online April 2012 | e-ISSN: 1477-4542 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/fh/crs008
Between France, England and Burgundy: Amiens under the Lancastrian Dual Monarchy, 1422–35

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This article examines the nature of Lancastrian rule in France. It focuses on the town of Amiens, which lay at the intersection of Valois, Burgundian and Lancastrian power during the early decades of the fifteenth century. The article tracks the establishment and collapse of Lancastrian power in the region between 1422 and 1435, and uses the extensive administrative records for the period to understand the impact of Lancastrian rule on the political, social and economic structures of the town.

Journal Article.  10796 words. 

Subjects: European History

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