1 edition of Later medieval Kent, 1220-1540 found in the catalog.
Later medieval Kent, 1220-1540
Includes bibliographical references (p. -296) and index.
|Statement||edited by Sheila Sweetinburgh|
|Series||Kent history project -- 9|
|Contributions||Kent (England). County Council|
|LC Classifications||DA670.K3 L38 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 306 p. :|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||2011380528|
‘Kent and national politics, c’, in Later Medieval Kent , ed. Sheila Sweentinburgh (Boydell and Brewer: Woodbridge, ), pp. Read more of my research. Connect with us. Later Medieval Kent, Woodbridge: Boydell. pp. ISBN Sweetinburgh, S. () Kentish towns: urban culture and the parish in later medieval Kent.
Later Medieval Kent - Sat 16th December - Report by Diane Heath. Back to Conferences Introduction. Introduction Panel 1: Aristocracy - chaired by Mary Berg The Kent Aristocracy in the Later Middle Ages - Dr David Grummitt Castles and Politics in Late Medieval Kent - Richard Eales Panel 2: Economy – chaired by Diane Heath. for later medieval social mobility and unrest (e.g. the Peasants Revolt and Cade’s Rebellion of and respectively: see Brandon and Short ; cf. Sweetinburgh ), and beyond this fascinating evidence of religious ideas and aspects of gender and deviance is available (see for example Lutton ; Jones , on Kent).
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Kent was extremely important in the later middle ages. Its location between London and continental Europe; Thomas Becket's internationally famous shrine; its ancient Cinque Ports; and the early development of new religious ideas all make its history in this period particularly fascinating.
The essays collected here present the fruits of new research into a wide range of topics, offering. Later Medieval Kent, by Sheila Sweetinburgh,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Sheila Sweetinburgh. Later Medieval Kent, Edited by Sheila Sweetinburgh.
If you wish to know what documentary evidence can tell us about life in medieval Kent, this new book is highly recommended as the best place to start: a fine contribution to the Kent History Project series. THE LOCAL HISTORIAN. Download PDF Later Medieval Kent book full free.
Later Medieval Kent available for download and read online in other formats. The economy of Kent, an age of expansion, --The economy of Kent, the aftermath of the Black Death --Agriculture in Kent in the high Middle Ages --Timber and iron: natural resources for the late medieval ship-building industry in Kent 1220-1540 book religious houses of Kent, Later medieval Kent hospitals of medieval Kent.
Gillian M. Draper is the author of Later Medieval Kent, ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published )5/5(1). "Later medieval Kent, " published on by De Gruyter. Three multidisciplinary chapters discuss Canterbury as a case study, while a gazetteer of place-name elements closes the book.
Sheila Sweetinburgh is an Associate Lecturer at the University of Kent. Among her numerous publications she has edited Later Medieval Kent, Sheila Sweetinburgh is an Associate Lecturer at the University of Kent.
Among her numerous publications she has edited Later Medieval Kent, Contributors: Paul Bennett, Mary Berg, Stuart Brookes, Nicholas Brooks, John Cotter, Paul Cullen, Gillian Draper, Diane Heath, Hilary Powell, Andrew Richardson, Sheila Sweetinburgh, Jake Weekes.
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Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge. ISBN Metadata only available from this by: 6. Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Later Medieval Kent, av Sheila Sweetinburgh på Sheila Sweetinburgh is an Associate Lecturer at the University of Kent. Among her numerous publications she has edited Later Medieval Kent, Contributors: Paul Bennett, Mary Berg, Stuart Brookes, Nicholas Brooks, John Cotter, Paul Cullen, Gillian Draper, Diane Heath, Hilary Powell, Andrew Richardson, Sheila Sweetinburgh, Jake : Sheila Sweetinburgh.
Publication Date: Peer Reviewed: Peer Reviewed: Book Title: Later Medieval Kent, ISBN: APA6 Citation: Fleming, P. ().Author: Peter. Fleming. Cambridge Core - British History after - Famine and Scarcity in Late Medieval and Early Modern England - by Buchanan Sharp.
Campbell, B. S., “ Agriculture in Kent in the High Middle Ages ” in Sweetinburgh, S. (ed.), Later Medieval Kent – (Woodbridge: Author: Buchanan Sharp. S.,ed. ()Later Medieval Kent, BoydellandBrewer.
ISBN We recommend you cite the published version. For the later medieval English nobility and gentry, see C. Given Wilson, The English Nobility in the Late Middle Ages (Routledge & Kegan Paul, London. Sheila Sweetinburgh is the author of The Role of the Hospital in Medieval England: Gift-giving and the Spiritual Economy (Dublin, ) and editor of Later Medieval Kent, – (Woodbridge, ) and E arly Medieval Kent, – (Woodbridge, ).
This article was first published on History Extra in March Sweetinburgh, S. Kentish hospitals during the late Middle Ages. in: Sweetinburgh, S. (ed.) Later Medieval Kent, Woodbridge Boydell. Sweetinburgh, Sheila (ed.), Later Medieval Kent, – (The Boydell Press, ). Taylor, Antony, London’s Burning: Pulp Fiction, the Politics of Terrorism and the Destruction of the Capital in British Popular Culture, – (Bloomsbury Academic, pbk ).
Her monograph on The Role of the Hospital in Medieval England: Gift-giving and the Spiritual Economy was published in Since then she has edited Later Medieval Kent, () and Negotiating the Political in Northern European Urban Society, cc (), as well as publishing numerous articles on medieval and early modern Kent.
Queenborough Castle, also known as Sheppey Castle, is a 14th-century castle, the remnants of which are in the town of Queenborough on the Isle of Sheppey, Kent in castle and the associated planned town were built on the orders of King Edward III from and named in honour his wife, Queen was the first concentric castle to be built in England, and the only royal Type: Concentric castle.Author of Later Medieval Kent,Negotiating the Political in Northern European Urban Society, c–c, and Early Medieval Kent, /5(4).Later Medieval Kent, Woodbridge Boydell.
pp. The role of the hospital in medieval England: gift-giving and the spiritual economy Sweetinburgh, S.