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by C. M. Woolgar

ePub Household Accounts from Medieval England: Part 1: Introduction, Glossary, Diet Accounts (i) (Records of Social and Economic History New Series XVII) download
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C. M. Woolgar
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Oxford University Press; 197th ed. edition (January 7, 2006)
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Records of Social and Economic History, New Series, XVIII. New York: Oxford University Press. Pp. xvi, 430; xvi, 431-812. ISBN 0-19-726112-4; 0-19-726113-2. Anne Reiber Dewindt (a1). Wayne County Community College.

Register of Archbishop Thomas Arundel, Will of Richard Metford in the unpublished testamentary portion, Vol. I, folios 237v-239r. Lambeth Palace Library.

In Part 1, the detailed introduction discusses these documents as a coherent body of records, and places them in the context of the administrative systems for which they were created. Their diplomatic forms and development are analysed and compared with those on the Continent, and an extensive glossary is provided.

Medieval England, and The Culture of Food in England, 1200‒1500

Records of Social and Economic History, . 3 plates; xvi + 431–812 incl. Oxford: Oxford University Press (for the British Academy), 1992, 1993. vol. 1), £40 (vol. 2). 0 19 826112 4; 0 19 726113 2 - Volume 45 Issue 3 - Rosemary Horrox.

Woolgar, 2 parts, British Academy Records of Social and Economic History, new series, XVII-XVIII (Oxford, 1992-3), part 1, pp. 3-65; Dyer, Standards, pp. 92-8. 17 E. Clark, ‘Debt litigation in a late medieval English vill’, in . Raftis, e. Pathways to medieval peasants (Toronto, 1981), pp. 247-79; Kermode, Merchants, pp. 226-30. TRADE 88 and not the reason for the debt, which might arise not only from sales, but from rents, services, loans, pledges, or damages

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This comprehensive study makes a unique source accessible to historians of the later medieval nobility. Household accounts contain invaluable evidence on daily life, diet, hospitality, etiquette, travel, the arts, politics, as well as on medieval finance generally. In Part 1, Woolgar's detailed introduction discusses these documents as a coherent body of records, and places them in the context of the administrative systems for which they were created. Their diplomatic forms and development are analyzed and compared with those on the Continent, and an extensive glossary is provided to assist scholars in the study of these sources. Woolgar has also carefully selected and edited the accounts of 28 households, to illustrate the full variety of texts that have survived. Diet accounts of 14 households are printed in Part 1, ranging from those of knights and earls to those of the higher clergy.