Anglo-Gascon Aquitaine: Problems and Perspectives. An Anglo-French Conference organised by the AHRC-Funded Project, The Gascon Rolls, 1317-1468, and held on 23-24 September 2011 in the History Faculty Building at Oxford

David Carpenter writes.  I could not attend the first day of this conference as it coincided with the start of the  MA in Medieval History at King’s. However, I was able to attend on the Saturday and indeed give a paper which drew on material from the fine rolls project.

I heard a series of fascinating talks including one Frédéric Boutoulle from the University of Bordeaux on ‘Royal bailiffs and village communities in Gascony during the reign of Henry III’.

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