Publisher description for The English manor, c. 1200-1500 / selected sources translated and annotated by Mark Bailey.


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Counter This is the first study to offer a detailed explanation of the form, structure, and evolution of the manorial records upon which all historical studies of medieval England are based. Beginning with a discussion of the nature and variety of the manor, as well as its origins and developments, the book then proceeds to dissect each category of manorial documents --surveys, extents, rentals, inventories, accounts, and court rolls-- which are considered in turn, and exemplified.



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Manors England History To 1500 Sources, Peasantry England History To 1500 Sources, Landlord and tenant England History To 1500 Sources, Real property England History To 1500 Sources, Real estate management England History To 1500 Sources, Manorial courts England To 1500 Sources, England Economic conditions 1066-1485 Sources, England Social conditions 1066-1485 Sources