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Dr Linda Clark

the fifteenth century xi clark linda

Interest in the records of medieval households has been growing in recent years as a result of the converging interest of economic, social and political historians in patterns of marketing, standards of living, and the working of administrative structures. The book also includes a brief survey of developments in post-medieval times. Lawrence; issued for the Department of English and comparative literature, Columbia University in the city of New York. Manuscript and printed versions of parliamentary statutes point to differing preferences on the part of government clerks and practising lawyers in their choice of language; while the papers of a professional estate manager from Norfolk reveal antiquarian interests and an affinity with William of Worcester. How would a queen in exile wish to be depicted on a medal, or a newly-crowned king deal with recalcitrant London merchants when their interests clashed with his policies? These topics, and many others, can be richly explored with the help of these admirable volumes. Michael Hicks 2001 Christopher Woolgar: Fast and Fast: Conspicuous Consumption and the Diet of the Nobility in the Fifteenth Century Alastair Dunn: Exploitation and Control: The Royal Administration of Magnate Estates, 1397—1405 Shelagh M.

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Dr Linda Clark

the fifteenth century xi clark linda

The logistics of an invasion of France present a challenge to the military advisers of another king, and by bringing fresh insights to the text a translator of Vegetius' De re militari addresses the fears of rulers and ruled in a time of civil unrest. How would a queen in exile wish to be depicted on a medal, or a newly-crowned king deal with recalcitrant London merchants when their interests clashed with his policies? Jeffs, eds, The Crown and Local Communities in England and France in the Fifteenth Century Gloucester: Alan Sutton, 1981 , 98. Albans: the Regional Dimension S. Part 2 will contain texts from 14 more households - diet accounts ii , cash, corn and stock accounts, wardrobe accounts - and a complete catalogue of extant medieval English household accounts. Further, it opens up reflection on the ways in which late medieval thinking continued to be influential in the seventeenth century.

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Fifteenth Century XI

the fifteenth century xi clark linda

English supplicants to the papal curia require expert advice to navigate bureaucratic procedures at Rome; while Welsh students encounter other obstacles as they embark on careers in Church and state. What were their Authors' Intentions? Watts, eds, The Politics of Fifteenth-Century England. Henry V and the Campaign of 1416 James Ross: Essex County Society and the French War in the Fifteenth Century Michael Brown: French Alliance or English Peace? Department of English and Comparative Literature. Brewer 1987 Physical description 195 p ; 24 cm. He has also edited, with great skill and care, a representative collection of twenty-nine household accounts. He has written the history of household accounting from its beginning in the twelfth century to 1500.

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Barron Donington: Shaun Tyas, 2008. Linda Clark and Carole Rawcliffe 2013 J. Clarke: Petitioning the Pope: English Supplicants and Rome in the Fifteenth Century Frederick Hepburn: The Queen in Exile: Representing Margaret of Anjou in Art and Literature Anthony Smith: The Presence of the Past: The Bokkyngs of Longham in the Later Middle Ages Dean Rowland: The End of the Statute Rolls: Manuscript, Print and Language Change in Fifteenth-Century English Statutes S. Household accounts contain invaluable evidence on daily life, diet, hospitality, etiquette, travel, the arts, politics, as well as on medieval finance generally. The logistics of an invasion of France present a challenge to the military advisers of another king, and by bringing fresh insights to the text a translator of Vegetius' De re militari addresses the fears of rulers and ruled in a time of civil unrest. For the first part the biographies and constituency surveys have now been completed and the process of revision is almost at an end.

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Power, Vulnerability and Sexuality: Representations of Margaret of Anjou in a London Chronicle and Shakespeare’s 3 Henry VI

the fifteenth century xi clark linda

Millard: An Analysis of the Epitaphium Eiusdem Ducis Gloucestrie J. Sutton, Livis Visser-Fuchs and John L. The Bishops of Dunkeld and Sodor in the Fifteenth Century Jon-Mark Grussenmeyer: Preaching Politics: Lancastrian Chancellors in Parliament Dan E. See Johnson, 219 and C. English supplicants to the papal curia require expert advice to navigate bureaucratic procedures at Rome; while Welsh students encounter other obstacles as they embark on careers in Church and state.

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Fifteenth Century XI

the fifteenth century xi clark linda

John Milner: The English Commitment to the 1412 Expedition to France Rhun Emlyn: Serving Church and State: the Careers of Medieval Welsh Students Peter D. Dr Woolgar has also carefully selected and edited the accounts of 28 households, to illustrate the full variety of texts that have survived. Clarke The Queen in Exile: Representing Margaret of Anjou in Art and Literature - Frederick Hepburn The Presence of the Past: the Bokkyns of Longham in the Later Medieval Ages - Anthony Smith The End of the Statute Rolls: Manuscript, Print and Language Change in Fifteenth-Century English Statutes - Dean Rowland Divide and Rule? Pollard Stroud, 1995 , - ed. Preface The English Translations of Vegetius' De Re Militari. What were their Authors' Intentions? The following series is published by , and can be purchased via their website: I ed. The E-mail message field is required.

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Conflicts, consequences and the crown in the late middle ages by Clark, Linda, 1946

the fifteenth century xi clark linda

It is not only impeccable, with full and intelligently organised subject categories, but also immensely informative, suggesting any number of unexpected lines of enquiry. Essays in Honour of Caroline M. Thomas: Well-Connected and Qualified Clerics? Brewer 1987 Physical description 195 p. At the same time I have taken responsibility for directing the research of the other members of the team, and editing their biographies and constituency surveys for publication. Scotland and the Last Phase of the Hundred Years War, 1415—53 J.

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Power, Vulnerability and Sexuality: Representations of Margaret of Anjou in a London Chronicle and Shakespeare’s 3 Henry VI

the fifteenth century xi clark linda

. Winifred, and Shrewsbury Thomas S. Linda Clark 2008 Carole Rawcliffe: Dives Redeemed? Pugh: The Estates, Finances and Regal Aspirations of Richard Plantagenet 1411—60 , Duke of York Jessica Freeman: Middlesex in the Fifteenth Century: Community or Communities? Their diplomatic forms and development are analysed and compared with those on the Continent, and an extensive glossary is provided to assist scholars in the study of these sources. See for a full list of our partners. Roskell and Carole Rawcliffe , The History of Parliament. Manuscript and printed versions of parliamentary statutes point to differing preferences on the part of government clerks and practising lawyers in their choice of language; while the papers of a professional estate manager from Norfolk reveal antiquarian interests and an affinity with William of Worcester. Contributors include: Kathleen Daly, David King, Ruth Lexton, Jonathan Mackman, Carole Rawcliffe, Colin Richmond, Lucy Rhymer, Anne F, Sutton.

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The Fifteenth Century XI : Linda Clark : 9781843837572

the fifteenth century xi clark linda

I hope one day to write a book about Henry Bourgchier 1408-83 , earl of Essex and treasurer of England, who was the subject of my doctoral thesis. Brewer 1987 Physical description 195 p. Anne Curry and Elizabeth Matthew 2000 P. Linda Clark 2007 Christine Carpenter: War, Government and Governance in England in the Later Middle Ages Anne Curry: After Agincourt, What Next? Medical theories and practices of the time are investigated, along with the often satirical and sometimes hostile attitudes of the man on the street. Editor History of Parliament Research The section 1422-1504 is to be published in two parts: 1422-61 and 1461-1504. Fifteenth-Century Bristol and Lollardy Reconsidered Ian Forrest: Anti-Lollard Polemic and Practice in Late Medieval England Hannes Kleineke: Why the West was Wild: Law and Disorder in Fifteenth-Century Cornwall and Devon Peter Booth: Men Behaving Badly? Davies and Peter McNiven eds, Trade, Devotion and Governance.

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Conflicts, consequences and the crown in the late middle ages in SearchWorks catalog

the fifteenth century xi clark linda

Linda Clark 2005 Jon Denton: Image, Identity and Gentility: The Woodford Experience S. Britnell, Archives, April 1994 'This is a comprehensive glossary of the many unusual words, and a detailed index serves as an invaluable finding aid to the diverse range of information contained in these documents. All in all, this is a remarkable and welcome feat of patient scholarship. English supplicants to the papal curia require expert advice to navigate bureaucratic procedures at Rome; while Welsh students encounter other obstacles as they embark on careers in Church and state. The concerns of people over differing levels of fifteenth-century society are the focus of the essays contained in this volume.

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