ISBN: 978-0-631-20105-2 June 1996 Wiley-Blackwell 356 Pages
List of Figures & Genealogies.
List of Abbreviations.
1. Early Armorica.
2. The Early Iron Age.
3. The Late Iron Age.
4. Roman Armorica: Aspects of Colonization.
5. Roman Armorica: Society and Politics.
6. After the Romans: Britons, Bretons and Franks.
7. Carolingian Brittany.
8. The Origins of the Ducal Brittany.
9. Plantagenet Interlude.
10. Consolidation and Growth, 1213-1341.
11. The Civil War, 1341-65.
12. Brittany Under the Montfort Dukes, 1365-1491.
13. Breton Society at the End of the Middle Ages.
14. Conclusion: Brittany and the Bretons since 1491.
"It is extremely useful to have a survey of Breton history and archaeology available in English; it is well illustrated, with 40 well-chosen plates and 26 figures, and there is a valuable bibliography. Will be of considerable assistance to university teachers of medieval history." French History
"A very readable - and at times - fascinating account of one of the most individualistic regions of France." Modern and Contemporary France
- Synthesizes vast amount of recent research by French scholars
- Pays attention to three particularly fertile research areas: Iron Age; Carolingian period and the later Middle ages
- Only book to provide a history of this distinctive region and its people.