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LAW-FINDERS AND LAW-MAKERS IN MEDIEVAL ENGLAND LAW-FINDERS AND LAW-MAKERS IN MEDIEVAL ENGLAND

by Helen Cam

Customary law has an ancient lineage in Britain, where it survived the Norman Conquest and became deeply embedded by the end of the Middle Ages. Kings, judges and parliament but also boroughs and shire-moots were the Law-finders and Law-makers who form the subject of this book.
220x142mm 240pp 2nd impression
0850360412
Hardback


Price:30.00



LIBERTIES AND COMMUNITIES IN MEDIEVAL ENGLAND LIBERTIES AND COMMUNITIES IN MEDIEVAL ENGLAND

by Helen Cam

In a series of detailed studies Professor Cam explores the working of local government and challenges some of the generalisations of historians who have neglected the diversity and idiosyncracy of English history.
220x142mm 240pp 2nd impression
0850360412 hardback

Price:30.00



THE ENGLISH YEOMAN THE ENGLISH YEOMAN
In the Tudor and Stuart Age

by Mildred Campbell

The book is a detailed picture of the Yeoman, chronicling his daily work and activities, and his relations with those below and above him. "This book has long been known and valued by students ... on its way to becoming a classic of social history." C.V.Wedgewood "This is social history of a high order… as satisfying as it is readable" Times Literary Supplement. First paperback edition. 214x134mm viii+454pp
085036289X
1983 Paperback

Reprinted April 2007

Price:18.95



THE OVERSEAS TRADE OF BRISTOL THE OVERSEAS TRADE OF BRISTOL
In the Late Middle Ages

by E .M. Carus-Wilson

Records and documents relating to the trade through the port, especially of wine, salt, dyes and cloth. 'The book is more useful to the scholar and more intelligible to the layman than any other publication of this kind.' Mark Postan.
220x142mm 335pp map
0850360455
1967, 1937 Hardback

Price:20.00



THE DISAPPEARANCE OF THE SMALL LANDOWNER THE DISAPPEARANCE OF THE SMALL LANDOWNER

by Arthur H. Johnson

A major work of agrarian history, exploring the historical factors that caused the decline of the English peasantry. Johnson was a pioneer in the search for new ways of investigation experimenting with questionnaires to land owners, and was the first to wrestle with land tax assessments. Three large pull out maps show the effects of enclosures; in 1455-1607; in the 18th and 19th century as they related to common fields and in the 18th and 19th century as they related to wastes. Reprint of the 1909 edition.
220x137mm xii, 164pp
0850360609
1963 Hardback

Price:20.00



STUDIES IN MANORIAL HISTORY STUDIES IN MANORIAL HISTORY

by A.E. Levett

A detailed study of the manorial organization of St Albans, with essays on relations between Baronial and Manorial councils. Pull-out map.
220x142mm xix+399pp
0850360633
1938 (reprinted) Hardback

Price:20.00



STEPHEN LANGTON STEPHEN LANGTON

by Maurice Powicke

An Archbishop in the reigns of John and Henry III. The book deals with Archbishop Langton's part in King John's quarrel with the Pope and in the preparation of the Great Charter, but also examines his earlier contribution to theology while in Paris.
220x142mm 228pp
0850360854
1965 Hardback

Price:20.00



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