Henry IV: The Establishment of the Regime, 1399-1406 (0)

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Henry IV Focuses on the reign of the first Lancastrian king - by some of the leading historians of late medieval England. This collection of essays takes a fresh look at the crucial first years of Henry IV's reign, examining how Henry met and overcame the challenges which his usurpation created.

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A thought provoking and stimulating collection of essays, which will raise many questions, and will stimulate further research. SOUTHERN HISTORY All these essays are well researched and extremely detailed contributions to scholarship, and many revise current understanding of particular issues and episodes in the early years of Henry IV.... This collection says a great deal about the state of late medieval English political history. HISTORY BR> Stimulating (and) well-researched. NORTHERN HISTORY

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Having seized the throne from his cousin Richard II in 1399, Henry Bolingbroke, the first nobleman to be made king of England since the twelfth century, faced the remarkable challenge of securing his power and authority over a kingdom that was divided and in turmoil. This collection of essays - the first such collection focusing specifically on the reign of the first Lancastrian king - by some of the leading historians of late medieval England, takes a fresh look at the crucial but neglected first years of Henry IV's reign, examining how Henry met and overcame the challenges which his usurpation created. The topics covered include a reappraisal of the events surrounding the revolution of 1399; Henry's relations with his northern magnates; the Yorkshire rising of 1405; the 'Long Parliament' of 1406 and the nature and purpose of the king's council. This collection adds significantly to an understanding of the character of Henry IV, as well as the circumstances in which he ruled, and will be essential for anyone with an interest in late medieval English political history. Dr. Gwilym Dodd is lecturer in history at the University of Nottingham; Dr.

Douglas Biggs teaches at the Department of history at Waldorf College. The contributors include: M. Arvanigian, Michael J. Bennett, Douglas Biggs, Joel Burden, Gwilym Dodd, Anthony Goodman, Andy King, Cynthia J. Neville, A.J. Tuck, and Simon K. Walker.

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