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This front matter section of this book titled Noble Lord, Good Shepherd contains the table of contents, a list of abbreviations and the acknowledgements. The book explores in depth the evidence concerning Aquitanian bishops such as Grimoard, joins a newly-blossoming conversation that seeks to understand better the tenth-century episcopate in all its complexity. In order to offer a more complete understanding of the ideals and activities of bishops in this period, the book examines the episcopate of tenth- and early eleventh-century Aquitaine in depth. The book, therefore, aims not only to investigate the nature of the episcopal office, but to shed light on this understudied period as a whole.

Keywords: Aquitanian bishops; Good Shepherd; Noble Lord



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