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Concepts and patterns of service in the Later Middle Ages

Concepts and patterns of service in the Later Middle Ages
Concepts and patterns of service in the Later Middle Ages
The notion of service was ingrained in medieval culture, and not just as a part of the wider concept of patronage: it is prominent throughout the language and life of the time. These studies examine the nature and importance of service in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries in a variety of contexts both within and beyond the dominions of the English crown, including contracts between domestic servants and employers, labour legislation, career opportunities for graduates, the public service ethos embodied by the king's household retinue and a scheme for its reform, public service in France, ducal service in Brittany, and bastard feudalism in Scotland.
9780851158143
Boydell and Brewer
Curry, A.
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Matthew, E.
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Curry, A.
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Matthew, E.
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Curry, A. and Matthew, E. (eds.) (2001) Concepts and patterns of service in the Later Middle Ages (The Fifteenth Century), Woodbridge, GB. Boydell and Brewer, 218pp.

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The notion of service was ingrained in medieval culture, and not just as a part of the wider concept of patronage: it is prominent throughout the language and life of the time. These studies examine the nature and importance of service in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries in a variety of contexts both within and beyond the dominions of the English crown, including contracts between domestic servants and employers, labour legislation, career opportunities for graduates, the public service ethos embodied by the king's household retinue and a scheme for its reform, public service in France, ducal service in Brittany, and bastard feudalism in Scotland.

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Published date: August 2001
Organisations: History

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Local EPrints ID: 388568
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/388568
ISBN: 9780851158143
PURE UUID: 0ec4fba7-afbe-448a-86c1-9888d9b34584
ORCID for A. Curry: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-7677-5561

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Last modified: 14 Jan 2022 02:38

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Editor: A. Curry ORCID iD
Editor: E. Matthew

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