SMC226H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Alliterative Morte Arthure, Translatio Imperii, Roman De Brut

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The alliterative morte arthure: arthur and an english empire. Edward i and eleanor, 1278, visit glastonbury: they found chests of portraits and bones of. By 1278, the norman conquest was decidedly successful, and the king is specifically (cid:862)ki(cid:374)g of e(cid:374)gla(cid:374)d(cid:863) they are english. Exhumation was assertion that edward was king of england, a legitimate successor of arthurian imperium but not by lineal descent [contrarian] This is more what the roman empire meant, not just geographical. And empire is held together b/c ppl in it recognize the authority (cid:862)a(cid:396)thu(cid:396)ia(cid:374) i(cid:373)pe(cid:396)iu(cid:373)(cid:863) = politi(cid:272)al (cid:272)lai(cid:373) of a(cid:396)thu(cid:396) Angevin empire claim over parts of france, england, sometimes wales, maybe scotland and. Edward i imperium e(cid:374)gla(cid:374)d, i(cid:396)ela(cid:374)d, (cid:272)otla(cid:374)d, wales: (cid:862)fi(cid:396)st e(cid:374)glish e(cid:373)pi(cid:396)e(cid:863), (cid:1005)(cid:1006)(cid:1004)(cid:1004) Chretien: translatio studii chivalry and learning from greece rome france. Translatio imperii transfer of dominion, follows the same path of studii; allows france that justification to have power over the empire.

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