The Society also publishes Occasional papers, based on those lectures delivered by invited speakers at its Annual General Meetings which are thought to merit . Anglo-Saxon Coventry and its Churches by Steven Bassett.
The Society also publishes Occasional papers, based on those lectures delivered by invited speakers at its Annual General Meetings which are thought to merit publication. Fifty of these have so far appeared, each highlighting a particular episode or topic in Warwickshire’s history and ranging in date from the Anglo-Saxon period to the 20th century. Details of any more recent publications can be obtained by contacting the Secretary.
Paperback, Dugdale Society Occasional Papers Number 41, 33 pages. Published 2001 by The Dugdale Society. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Bassett, . Anglo-Saxon Coventry and its Churches, Dugdale Society Occasional Papers, 41 (2001). Vincent, . The Lucys of Charlecote: the Invention of a Warwickshire Family, 1170-1302, Dugdale Society Occasional Papers, 42 (2002). Reinharz, . The Birth of a Provincial Hospital: the Early Years of the General Hospital, Birmingham, 1765-1790, Dugdale Society Occasional Papers, 43 (2003). Landlords and Labourers in Warwickshire . 870-1920, Dugdale Society Occasional Papers, 44 (2004).
Bassett, Anglo Saxon Coventry, 24; Dugdale Society Papers, xxiv; Hunt, 'Piety', 13 – 22. .Davis, R. H. C. The Early History of Coventry. Occasional Paper No. 24. Warwick: Dugdale Society, 1976.
Bassett, Anglo Saxon Coventry, 24; Dugdale Society Papers, xxiv; Hunt, 'Piety', 13 – 22; From Domesday to Magna Carta, 159; Stubbs, Select Charters. Dietz, Frederick Charles. English Public Finance 1485– 1641.
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Anglo-Saxon society was hierarchical. At its head stood the king and members of the royal family, followed by the nobility, bishops and other churchmen. At the other extreme were unfree members of society, or slaves. We can learn a substantial amount about the social organisation of Anglo-Saxon from two key sources: the earliest law-code, written for King Æthelberht of Kent (died 604); and Domesday Book. thelberht’s laws set out a complex system of compensation and punishment, based on the status of the offender and the injured party.
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In the seventh century the pagan Anglo-Saxons were converted to Christianity mainly by missionaries sent from Rome. Irish missionaries from Iona, who were proponents of Insular Christianity, were influential in the conversion of Northumbria, but after the Synod of Whitby in 664 the English church gave its allegiance to the Pope.