By William H. TeBrake
Starting as a sequence of scattered rural riots in past due 1323, peasant rebellion escalated right into a full-scale uprising that ruled public affairs in Flanders for almost 5 years. Following their very own leaders, peasants defied the authority of the count number of Flanders by way of riding his officers and their aristocratic allies from the nation-state. In an outbreak of revolt, William H. TeBrake has written the 1st full-length account of the uprising.
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Extra resources for A Plague of Insurrection: Popular Politics and Peasant Revolt in Flanders, 1323-1328 (The Middle Ages Series)
The triumphant force at Cassel in 1328 was an international one, designed to restore the authority of the count of Flanders over his rebellious subjects. Though personally commanded by the king of France, it was generously supplemented by personnel, materiel, and money from kingdoms and principalities throughout northwestern Europe, including, among others, Artois, Brittany, Burgundy, Hainaut, Lorraine, and Navarre. Indeed, popular insurrection in Flanders had caused such a fright in the region that rival rulers temporarily put aside their differences and participated with papal blessing in a grim crusade designed to stop an evil that had threatened to spread to neighboring lands as well.
Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, vol. 39 (Binghamton, NY: Center for Medieval and Early Renaissance Studies, 1986), pp. 30-37; Rodney H. Hilton, "Introduction," in The English Rising of 1381, Rodney H. Hilton and T. H. , Past and Present Publications (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984), pp. 3-4. Scott, Domination and the Arts of Resistance, p. 198, provides an extensive, categorized list. 39. Bierbrauer, "Bäuerliche Revolten im Alten Reich," p. 17. On the ability of peasants to plan, see Brooks, "The Organization and Achievements of the Peasants of Kent and Essex in 1381," pp.
Brussels: Maurice Lamertin, 1922), pp. 75-100. Michael Mullett, Popular Culture and Popular Protest in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (London: Croom Helm, 1987), never mentions the Flemish revolt. 7. Jacques Sabbe, Vlaanderen in opstand, 1323-1328: Nikolaas Zannekin, Zeger Janszone en Willem de Deken, Genootschap voor Geschiedenis "Société d'Émulation" te Brugge, Vlaamse Historische Studies, VII (Bruges: Marc Van de Wiele, 1992), while providing a fine review of the urban side of the insurrection, especially the actions of Willem de Deken, assumes throughout that rural rebels simply followed the instructions of city dwellers and thus pays very little attention to them.
A Plague of Insurrection: Popular Politics and Peasant Revolt in Flanders, 1323-1328 (The Middle Ages Series) by William H. TeBrake