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Thomas Hatfield : bishop, soldier, and politician /
edited by Anthony Bash.
imprint
[Durham, England] : Institute of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Durham University ; Toronto : Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, c2012.
description
76 p., [4] p. of plates : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN
0888444400, 9780888444400
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imprint
[Durham, England] : Institute of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Durham University ; Toronto : Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, c2012.
isbn
0888444400
9780888444400
general note
"Durham publications in medieval and Renaissance studies."
"Lectures given at Hatfield College, Durham University, in honour of the seven hundredth anniversary of the birth of Bishop Thomas Hatfield."
catalogue key
8560827
 
Co-published by: Institute of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Durham University.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Thomas Hatfield (c. 1310?81) rose to become a valued royal servant under King Edward III. In 1345 he was elected Bishop of Durham, an office he held until his death. As bishop he retained a strong connection with royal service and helped manage northern England and England?s relations with Scotland. At the same time, he remained a dedicated advocate of the autonomy of the Durham palatinate over which he ruled as bishop. Hatfield?s long episcopacy ensured that he made his mark on his bishopric and on the cathedral church of Durham, where his tomb is still seen. Hatfield College, Durham University, is named after him. Based on a series of lectures given at Hatfield College in 2010, the assumed seven hundredth anniversary of Thomas Hatfield?s birth, this volume highlights the unique military, political, and clerical roles Hatfield performed and his notable legacies. The studies in this volume advance knowledge of both the man and his remarkable career and, in so doing, enhance understanding of the wider secular and religious world in which he lived.
Table of Contents
List of Illustrationsp. vi
Prefacep. vii
Introductionp. 1
Thomas Hatfield at Warp. 5
Hatfield the Politicianp. 21
Hatfield the Bishopp. 35
Bishop Hatfield's Legacyp. 47
Wisdom and Hope: A Sermon by the Bishop of Durhamp. 57
Durham Cathedral in Hatfield's Timep. 63
Contributorsp. 71
Indexp. 73
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