The impact Norman castles have made on the development of Britain's landscapes and townscapes thus reflects many dimensions of medieval power and lordship .
Hence the higher necessity of his life, and his right to that lordship and control.
By contrast, the Tudors had no natural ties with Ireland and the English north where good rule and good lordship were seen to depend far more heavily on effective arrangements for defence.
his lordship over the other gods
The process continued through subsequent phases alongside the transformation of landed lordship into territorial lordship .
Durham had become another sphere in which he could exercise his good lordship
But the power of Carolo Augosto did not hail from the Pope, but instead from his lordship over the Franks, and, to a lesser extent, the Lombards.
Bede and other sources mention a series of over-kings, originating from various kingdoms but successively wielding some sort of lordship over all or most of the Anglo-Saxon peoples.
The resurrection celebrates his powerful demonstration over the effects of sin and his lordship over the historical intentions of the evil one.
Nonetheless, the evolution of the Irish landscape and Irish lordship were moving in the same general directions as changes that could be found across a large swathe of central England and parts of Wales.