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A Social History of England, 1200–1500 by Rosemary Horrox,W. Mark Ormrod

By Rosemary Horrox,W. Mark Ormrod

What was once lifestyles fairly like in England within the later heart a long time? This accomplished advent explores the complete breadth of English lifestyles and society within the interval 1200-1500. establishing with a survey of historiographical and demographic debates, the publication then explores the relevant topics of later medieval society, together with the social hierarchy, lifestyles in cities and the geographical region, spiritual trust, and kinds of person and collective id. Clustered round those topics a sequence of authoritative essays boost our figuring out of different vital social and cultural gains of the interval, together with the event of struggle, paintings, legislation and order, early life and previous age, ritual, trip and shipping, and the improvement of writing and studying. Written in an obtainable and fascinating demeanour via a world staff of best students, this e-book is critical either as an creation for college students and as a source for specialists.

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