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The elite household in England, 1100-1550

The elite household in England, 1100-1550
The elite household in England, 1100-1550
Here are 22 peer-reviewed essays by leading scholars exploring the social, economic and artistic aspects of the great households of medieval England, The essays are grouped in eight sections exploring how the households of the elite were centres for politics, literature (both a location of production and a subject of literary works), education, music and, of course, conspicuous consumption, with the need for many servants and sources of supply. The extraordinary range of subjects covered are revealed by a subject index, supplemented by a comprehensive index of people and places. The essays are by Christopher Woolgar, Christopher Dyer, Louise J. Wilkinson, David Stocker, James Ross, Michael Johnston, D. Vance Smith, Elliot Kendall, Nicholas Orme, Claire Weeda, Fiona Whelan, Roger Bowers, Richard Rastall, Martin Heale, Jennifer Ward, Susan Powell, Caroline Dunn, Martha Carlin, David Green, Eleanor R. Standley, Anne Rudloff Stanton and Maria Hayward.
Shaun Tyas
Woolgar, Christopher
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Woolgar, Christopher
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Woolgar, Christopher (ed.) (2018) The elite household in England, 1100-1550 (Harlaxton Medieval Studies, XXVIII), vol. XXVIII, Shaun Tyas, 512pp.

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Here are 22 peer-reviewed essays by leading scholars exploring the social, economic and artistic aspects of the great households of medieval England, The essays are grouped in eight sections exploring how the households of the elite were centres for politics, literature (both a location of production and a subject of literary works), education, music and, of course, conspicuous consumption, with the need for many servants and sources of supply. The extraordinary range of subjects covered are revealed by a subject index, supplemented by a comprehensive index of people and places. The essays are by Christopher Woolgar, Christopher Dyer, Louise J. Wilkinson, David Stocker, James Ross, Michael Johnston, D. Vance Smith, Elliot Kendall, Nicholas Orme, Claire Weeda, Fiona Whelan, Roger Bowers, Richard Rastall, Martin Heale, Jennifer Ward, Susan Powell, Caroline Dunn, Martha Carlin, David Green, Eleanor R. Standley, Anne Rudloff Stanton and Maria Hayward.

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Published date: 18 July 2018
Additional Information: A volume of 22 essays developed mainly from papers given to the Harlaxton Symposium in 2016

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Last modified: 25 Jul 2018 16:30

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