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The book features a section of appreciations of Bryce Lyon followed by three sections on the major areas on which Lyon's research concentrated: the legacy of Henri Pirenne, constitutional and legal history of England and the Continent, and the economic history of the Low Countries. Original essays by Bernard S. Bachrach, David S. Bachrach, Jan Dumolyn, Caroline Dunn, Jelle Haemers, John H. A. Munro, James M. Murray, Anthony Musson, David Nicholas, W. Mark Ormrod, Walter Prevenier, Jeff Rider, Don C. Skemer, and Marci Sortor deepen our understanding of Lyon's career and siginificance and further our knowledge of the areas in which he worked.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
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  1. Contents
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  1. Bryce Lyon: In Memoriam
  2. pp. 1-4
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  1. Bryce Lyon: A Personal Memoir
  2. pp. 5-12
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  1. Bryce Lyon and the Royal Historical Commission of Belgium
  2. pp. 13-18
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  1. Books and Articles of Bryce Lyon
  2. pp. 19-23
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  1. Part 1. The Legacy of Henri Pirenne
  2. p. 25
  1. Continuity in Late Antique Gaul: A Demographic and Economic Perspective
  2. pp. 27-50
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  1. Henri Pirenne at Work: Editing Galbert of Bruges
  2. pp. 51-74
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  1. The Urban Typologies of Henri Pirenne and Max Weber: Was There a “Medieval” City?
  2. pp. 75-96
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  1. A Victorious State and Defeated Rebels? Historians’ Views of Violence and Urban Revolts in Medieval Flanders
  2. pp. 97-118
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  1. Henri Pirenne and Particularism in Late Medieval Flemish Cities: An Intellectual Genealogy
  2. pp. 119-145
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  1. Part 2. Constitutional and Legal History: England and the Continent
  2. p. 147
  1. Ending English Exceptionalism: Bryce Lyon’s Legacy for Constitutional and Legal Historians
  2. pp. 149-168
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  1. The Good Parliament of 1376: Commons, Communes, and “Common Profit” in Fourteenth-Century English Politics
  2. pp. 169-188
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  1. Constitutional Discourse in Illuminated English Law Books
  2. pp. 189-214
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  1. “No more but hang and drawe”: Politics and Magic in the Execution of Sir Robert Tresilian, 1388
  2. pp. 215-242
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  1. Military Industrial Production in Thirteenth-Century England: The Case of the Crossbow Bolt
  2. pp. 243-256
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  1. Part 3. The Low Countries and Economic History
  2. p. 257
  1. The Notions of Honor and Adultery in the Fifteenth-Century Burgundian Netherlands
  2. pp. 259-278
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  1. The Case of the Disappearing Mintmaster
  2. pp. 279-288
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  1. Work, Business, and Investments: Economic Networks in a Fifteenth-Century City
  2. pp. 289-313
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  1. Coinage Debasements in Burgundian Flanders, 1384–1482: Monetary or Fiscal Policies?
  2. pp. 314-360
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 361-366
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 367-376
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