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Thirteenth Century England VII - Proceedings of the Durham Conference, 1997

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Thirteenth Century England VII - Proceedings of the Durham Conference, 1997 by Richard Britnell
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The continued vitality and rich diversity of thirteenth-century studies is demonstrated in this latest volume in the series. Economic and social history is particular well-served, with a close examination of the concept of 'bastard feudalism', while a detailed exploration of the cloth industry and trade, together with a paper on London wardrobes, with their implications of conspicuous consumption, add much to our knowledge of the commercial world during the period. There is also a particular focus on English relations with Wales and Scotland under Edward I, and on the early history and development of parliament. Other subjects treated include the nature of Englishness; the serjeants of the Common Pleas; English verse chronicles; and Henry III's marriage plans. Professor MICHAEL PRESTWICH, Professor ROBIN FRAME and Professor RICHARD BRITNELLteach in the Department of History at the University of Durham, of which Professor Prestwich is Pro-Vice Chancellor. Contributors: SUSAN REYNOLDS, J.R. MADDICOTT, SCOTT L. WAUGH, DEREK KEENE, PAUL BRAND, JOHN H. MUNRO, THEA SUMMERFIELD, REBECCA READER, MICHAEL PRESTWICH, BJORN WEILER, J. BEVERLEY SMITH, ALAN YOUNG, MICHAEL HASKELL, HUGO SCHWYZER.

Author Biography

Michael Prestwich is Professor of History at the University of Durham. Retired. Former Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Durham, England. Robin Frame is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Durham
Release date NZ
March 18th, 1999
Audience
  • Professional & Vocational
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
The Boydell Press
Pages
266
Dimensions
157x240x21
ISBN-13
9780851157191
Product ID
2044354

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