- Title Pages
- Note on Systems of Reference
- 1 Introduction
- 2 The Identity of the House of Leofwine
- 3 The Extent, Nature, and Limits of the Leofwinesons' Power
- 4 The Leofwinesons' Land
- 5 The Earls and the Monasteries of Mercia
- 6 Lordship and the House of Leofwine
- 7 Conclusions: The Fall of the House of Leofwine, 1066–1071
- Appendix 1 Other Members of the House of Leofwine
- Appendix 2 Evidence Relating to the Structure of Midland Earldoms during the Reign of Edward the Confessor
- Appendix 3 Analysis of the Estates Attributed to the House of Leofwine in Domesday Book
- Appendix 4 Analysis of the Estates Attributed to the House of Godwine in Domesday Book
- Appendix 5 Analysis of the Estates Attributed to King Edward and Queen Edith in Domesday Book
- Select Bibliography
- General Index
- Index to Citations of Anglo‐Saxon and Anglo‐Norman Charters
- The Earls of Mercia
- Oxford University Press
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