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eBook The Local Customs Accounts of the Port of Exeter 1266-1321 (Devon and Cornwall Record Society) download ISBN: 0901853364
Author: Maryanne Kowaleski
Publisher: Devon & Cornwall Record Soc; First Ed. edition (January 1, 1993)
Language: English
Pages: 256
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Category: History
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Kowaleski was elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society in 1994 and a Fellow of the Medieval Academy of. .

Kowaleski was elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society in 1994 and a Fellow of the Medieval Academy of America in 2005 (the latter of which she was President for the 2012–13 year). Maryanne Kowaleski", Fordham University.

Published 1993 by Devon & Cornwall Record Society. Professor Maryanne Kowaleski is Joseph Fitzpatrick . Distinguished Professor of Social Science and History at Fordham University in New York. 0901853364 (ISBN13: 9780901853363). She is presently (2012) the director for the Center for Medieval Studies at Fordham. Books by Maryanne Kowaleski.

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Exeter possesses the best series of local customs accounts from medieval England, beginning in 1266 and surviving for almost 70 per cent of the years up to 1498. They are also far more complete than other local accounts: listing ships' names, home ports, shipmasters and dates of arrival, as well as the importers and their cargoes. Equally remarkable is their focus on coastal as well as overseas traffic, unlike the better known national customs accounts which recorded only overseas trade. From the Exeter accounts we can follow the movements of foreign and domestic shipping, grain imports during the great Famine of 1315-17, and the identity of the merchants, shipmasters and mariners who carried on the various kinds of trade.Dr Kowaleski's introduction provides the first detailed account of the port of Exeter and its activities during this period, followed by a complete translation of the surviving accounts from 1266 to 1321. The book also includes a specimen Latin account, a glossary of weights and measures, map, and full indexes.