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eBook Medieval Suffolk: An Economic and Social History, 1200-1500 (History of Suffolk) download ISBN: 1843833158
Author: Mark Bailey
Publisher: Boydell Press (August 16, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 358
ePub: 1296 kb
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Rating: 4.9
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Category: History
Subcategory: Europe

History of Suffolk (Darwen County History) Hardcover. This will certainly be required reading for anyone interested in the medieval economic history of eastern England for some time to come.

History of Suffolk (Darwen County History) Hardcover. -Journal of Medieval Archaeology. Sets a very high standard for others to follow. -Suffolk Institute of Archaeology & History Newsletter.

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Book Description: Suffolk was one of the most important regions of England in the middle ages. This volume describes, documents and analyses these events.

Medieval History Books. Medieval Suffolk: An Economic and Social History, 1200-1500. Walmart 9781843835295. The first volume in what will become the definitive history of Suffolk looks at how the county survived the three most tumultuous events of the period, the Great Famine, the Black Death and the Peasants' Revolt, to emerge as one of the richest English regions. The late middle ages were without doubt the most interesting period in Suffolk's history.

Suffolk was one of the most important regions of England in the middle ages. August 2007 16 black and white, 18 line illustrations 358 pages 2. x15. 6 cm History of Suffolk Library eBook Boydell Press BIC HBJD1, 1DBKEAS, 2AB, 3H BISAC HIS037010. Recommend to Library. Overall, it offers a guide to and re-evaluation of the history of late medieval Suffolk. MARK BAILEY is Senior Visiting Lecturer at the University of Leeds and Headmaster of The Grammar School at Leeds.

The late middle ages were without doubt the most interesting period in Suffolk's history. By the end of the eleventh century Suffolk was wealthy, densely populated, highly commercialised and urbanised; in the fourteenth century its people faced three of the most tumultuous events of the last millennium, the Great Famine (1315-22), the Black Death (1349) and the Peasants' Revolt (1381).

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The late middle ages were without doubt the most interesting period in Suffolk’s history.

Published by The Boydell Press. The late middle ages were without doubt the most interesting period in Suffolk’s history. By the end of the eleventh century Suffolk was wealthy, densely populated, highly commercialised and urbanised; in the fourteenth century its people faced three of the most tumultuous events of the last millennium, the Great Famine (1315-22), the Black Death (1349) and the Peasants’ Revolt (1381).

Suffolk was one of the most important regions of England in the middle ages. Even by 1200 it was wealthy, densely populated, highly commercialised and urbanised; and it survived the impact of three of the most tumultuous events of the last millennium, the Great Famine (1315-22), the Black Death (1349) and the Peasants' Revolt (1381), to become by 1500 one of the richest and most industrialised regions of England, based on cloth manufacture, fishing and tanning. This volume describes, documents and analyses these events. It combines an accessible and readable summary of the current state of knowledge with fresh insights drawn from extensive investigations of primary sources. Overall, it offers a guide to and re-evaluation of the history of late medieval Suffolk.