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The Agrarian History of England and Wales

The Agrarian History of England and Wales

Volume 2. 1042–1350

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Part of Agrarian History of England and Wales

  • Editor: H. E. Hallam, University of Western Australia, Perth
H. E. Hallam, Sally Harvey, P. F. Brandon, J. A. Raftis, Christopher Dyer, John Hatcher, Edward Miller, R. Ian Jack, David L. Farmer, J. G. Hurst, L. A. S. Butler
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  • Date Published: April 2011
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521200110

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  • This 1988 volume deals with the agrarian history of England and Wales from the beginning of the reign of Edward the Confessor to the outbreak of the Black Death in 1348. It divides the counties into regions and deals with each under the headings of new settlements, agriculture and pastoralism (crops and stock), yield ratios and techniques (including field systems, crop nutrition and drainage). There are also sections on the Late Saxon period, Domesday England, wages and prices, vernacular architecture, and the life of the people. The volume as a whole offers a detailed description of trends, both economic and social, between 1042 and 1350 and of the complexities of an economy and society split into many and various sub-economies and sub-societies, all very different from one another but closely knit and interdependent.

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    • Date Published: April 2011
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521200110
    • length: 1128 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 56 mm
    • weight: 1.47kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Text figures
    Tables
    Preface by the general editor
    Preface
    Abbreviations
    Part I. England before the Norman Conquest H. E. Hallam
    Part II. Domesday England Sally Harvey
    Part III. New Settlement:
    1. Eastern England H. E. Hallam
    2. South-eastern England P. F. Brandon
    3. The East Midlands J. A. Raftis
    4. Southern England H. E. Hallam
    5. The West Midlands Christopher Dyer
    6. South-western England John Hatcher
    7. Northern England Edward Miller
    8. Wales and the Marches R. Ian Jack
    Part IV. Farming Techniques:
    1. Eastern England H. E. Hallam
    2. South-eastern England P. F. Brandon
    3. The East Midlands J. A. Raftis
    4. Southern England H. E. Hallam
    5. The West Midlands Christopher Dyer
    6. South-western England John Hatcher
    7. Northern England Edward Miller
    8. Wales and the Marches R. Ian Jack
    9. Drainage techniques H. E. Hallam
    Part V. Population Movements in England, 1086–1350 H. E. Hallam
    Part VI. Social Structure:
    1. Eastern England H. E. Hallam
    2. South-eastern England P. F. Brandon
    3. The East Midlands J. A. Raftis
    4. Southern England H. E. Hallam
    5. The West Midlands Christopher Dyer
    6. South-western England John Hatcher
    7. Northern England Edward Miller
    8. Wales and the Marches R. Ian Jack
    Part VII. Prices and Wages David L. Farmer
    Part VIII. The Life of the People H. E. Hallam
    Part IX. Rural Building in England and Wales J. G. Hurst
    Section 1. England
    Section 2. Wales L. A. S. Butler
    Part X. Rural England and Wales, 1042–1350 H. E. Hallam
    Bibliography
    Index of place names
    General index.

  • Editor

    H. E. Hallam, University of Western Australia, Perth

    General Editor

    Joan Thirsk, University of Oxford

    Contributors

    H. E. Hallam, Sally Harvey, P. F. Brandon, J. A. Raftis, Christopher Dyer, John Hatcher, Edward Miller, R. Ian Jack, David L. Farmer, J. G. Hurst, L. A. S. Butler

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