3 edition of Lordship and landscape in Norfolk, 1250-1350 found in the catalog.
Lordship and landscape in Norfolk, 1250-1350
With 3 microfiches in end-pocket.
|Statement||edited byWilliam Hassall and Jacques Beauroy.|
|Series||Records of social and economic history -- 20|
|Contributions||Beauroy, Jacques., Hassall, W. O., British Academy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||660|
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Jun 03, · See also the charter (/80) granted by Thomas of Akeney to the tenants on his manor of Hillhal in Holkham (Norfolk), for which we may assume the tenants paid: Lordship and Landscape in Norfolk, – The Early Records of Holkham, ed. William O. Hassall and Jacques Beauroy (British Academy Records of Social and Economic History, new Cited by: 3. HassallWilliam and BeauroyJacques (eds.), Lordship and landscape in Norfolk – the early records of Holkham. (Oxford: published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press,
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Hanawalt, Growing up in medieval London: the experience of childhood. Holkham is a village and civil parish (including Quarles) in the north of the county of Norfolk, coopsifas.coms the small village, the parish includes the major stately home and estate of Holkham Hall and an attractive beach at Holkham coopsifas.com three lie at OS grid reference: TF Example of typing a new reference into EndNote (this example is an Edited Book)The reference as it appears in a printed document: Hassall, W., and J.
Beauroy, eds. ()Lordship and Landscape, Norfolk –,British Academy Social and Economic History, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Lordship and landscape in Norfolk, the early records of Holkham. [ISBNOxford University Press for the British Academy, Records of Social and Economic History, New series v, ] Laver, James Holkham Hall.
[Holkham: Earl of Leicester, ] Rigby, Edward, Holkham, its agriculture, etc. Lordship and landscape in Norfolk, the early records of Holkham.
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Records of Social and Economic History, New Series, 19 () Hassall, W.; Beauroy, J. eds., Lordship and Landscape in Norfolk, The Early Records of Holkham, Records of Social and Economic History, New Series, 20 () Kirk, J. ed., The Books of Assumption of the Thirds of Benefices: Scottish Ecclesiastical Rentals.
Primary Source Reprints. A guide to books and book sets that reprint primary sources. Lordship and Landscape in Norfolk, Lower Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in Late-Medieval England: The Courts of the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln,and the Deanery of Wisbech, The Letter Book of Joseph Symson of Kendal, Lordship and Landscape in Norfolk, The Early Records of Holkham by William Hassall, Jacques Beauroy The Early Records of Holkham by William Hassall, Jacques Beauroy (pp.
Holkham Hall, Norfolk. One historian reviewing the Holkham Bible Picture Book, a facsimile of a 14th-century illuminated Bible produced by Hassall 40 years ago, gave it as his opinion that The latest book on which h collaborated, Lordship and Landscape in Norfolk.
appeared earlier this. Holkham is a village and civil parish in the north-west of the county of Norfolk, England. Besides the small village, the parish includes the major stately home and estate of Holkham Hall, and an attractive beach at Holkham Gap. It does appear as that in the Domesday Book,Lordship and Landscape in Norfolk The Early.
landscape in Norfolk, – The early records of Holkham (Oxford,),pp– 70 VANESSA M c LOUGHLIN TheChapelatRothleyTemple,nowRothleyCourtHotel. Mar 08, · See, for example, the fixed communal tallage paid by the bondmen of Walcot in –7 pro voluntate domini, in The White Book of Peterborough, ed.
Raban, Northamptonshire Record Society, xli (), p. 91; also Lordship and Landscape in Norfolk, – The Early Records of Holkham, ed. Hassall and J. Beauroy, Records of Social and Author: Mark Bailey. - Lordship and Landscape in Norfolkthe Early Records of Holkham ; - St. Benet of Holme (Volume 1) - St.
Benet of Holme (Volume 2) - Charters of Holy Cross Waltham ; - The Cartulary and Charters of Notre-Dame of Homblières. Thus, in order to understand the process of manorialisation and demographic pressure in each landscape region I distinguish several aspects of classical manors and examine how manorialisation and demographic pressure were related, depending on lordship type and landscape coopsifas.com by: 1.
() Lordship and Landscape in Norfolkthe Early Records of Holkham () Luffield Priory Charters Part 1 () Luffield Priory Charters Part 2 () Magna Carta [Runnymede] () Manorial Records of Cuxham, Oxfordshire: circa Holkham is a village and civil parish in the north-west of the county of Norfolk, coopsifas.coms the small village, the parish includes the major stately home and estate of Holkham Hall, and an attractive beach at Holkham coopsifas.com three lie at the centre of the Holkham National Nature Reserve.Chair: Professor Julian Hoppit FBA Britain possesses one of the most remarkable sets of records of economic and social history in the world – a continuous series of cartularies, revenue-rolls, account books, personal diaries and correspondence, relating to all kinds of agricultural, urban, domestic, industrial, commercial and demographic subjects.