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Los territorios entre el Arlanzón y el Duero en los siglos X al XIV (Salamanca, 1996), pp. 34 –6. J. Escalona Monge, ‘Las prestaciones de servicios militares en fortalezas y la organización de la sociedad feudal castellana: los infanzones de Espeja’, Castillos de España 94 (1987), pp. 55– 60. On the typology of military service, see E. Peña Bocos, La atribución social del espacio en la Castilla altomedieval. Una nueva aproximación al feudalismo peninsular (Santander, 1995), pp. 185–200. In the area where the comital family originated, the central political apparatus had land and relatively extensive rights, based on local units called alfoces.

126 –7. Innes, State and Society, pp. 127–9. W 401 and W 458. ‘St Galler Totenbuch und Verbrüderungen’, ed. E. Dümmler and H. Wartmann, Mitteilungen zur Vaterländische Geschichte 11 (St Gall, 1869), pp. 25–124, 25 November. 10 If these identifications are right, then Folcwin had links with the two most important monasteries in the area he lived in. What the nature of these links were there is no means of knowing, nor does the reference in the St Gall necrology take us any closer to knowing how the Folcwin documents got into the St Gall archive.

465–72. 4% of all the toponyms known before 1125. E. Rodríguez Rodríguez, ‘El poblamiento medieval del entorno de las lagunas de Villafáfila’, Anuario del Instituto Estudios Zamoranos Florián de Ocampo (1996), pp. 227–77. © Blackwell Publishing Ltd  Early Medieval Europe   () 32 Santiago Castellanos and Iñaki Martín Viso Asturias) after centuries of abandonment. 144 Nevertheless, both these factors may be the result of the difficulty in interpreting the archaeological record. Early medieval ceramics can be confused with those of the Iron Age, which present the same typology.

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