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A Social History of England, 1200-1500
Turned out to be so much more, I returned the borrowed book and purchase my own copy. This book, which is edited by Rosemary Horrox, provides a reasonably good collection of academic essays on medieval England. While the book's title says "," I found that many of them focused on the s. The essays provide a standard collection of topics in social history - law at various levels of government, women's role in society, economics, and social customs.
If you've read moderately in British medieval social history, you are not going to find anything earth shattering in this book. However, the research presented in the essays is strong and reasonably solid. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.
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A Social History of England, : W. Mark Ormrod :
What was life really like in England in the later Middle Ages? Opening with a survey of historiographical and demographic debates, the book then explores the central themes of later medieval society, including the social hierarchy, life in towns and the countryside, religious belief, and forms of individual and collective identity. Clustered around these themes a series of authoritative essays develop our understanding of other important social and cultural features of the period, including the experience of war, work, law and order, youth and old age, ritual, travel and transport, and the development of writing and reading.
Written in an accessible and engaging manner by an international team of leading scholars, this book is indispensable both as an introduction for students and as a resource for specialists.
An age of deference. Welcom be thou to grene wode.
The enterprise of war. Besides their parish churches townsmen had recourse to other centres.