Table of contents for Greater medieval houses of England and Wales, 1300-1500 / Anthony Emery.


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Part I. East Anglia: 1. East Anglia: historical background
2. East Anglia: architectural introduction
3. Monastic residential survivals
4. East Anglia: bibliography
5. East Anglia: survey
Appendices 1 and 2
Part II. East Midlands: 6. East Midlands: historical background
7. East Midlands: architectural introduction
8. Politics, society, and defensive tower-houses in fifteenth-century England
9. East Midlands: bibliography
10 East Midlands: survey
Appendices 3 and 4
Part III. Central Midlands: 11. Central Midlands: historical background
12. Central Midlands: architectural introduction
13. Residential tower-houses in fifteenth-century England
14. Central Midlands: bibliography
15. Central Midlands: survey. Appendices 5 and 6
Part IV. West Midlands and Borderland with Wales: 16. West Midlands and Borderland with Wales: historical background
17. West Midlands and Borderland with Wales: architectural introduction
18. The aristocracy: palace-fortresses and trophy houses
19. West Midlands and Borderland with Wales: bibliography
20. West Midlands and Borderland with Wales: survey
Appendices 7 and 8
Part V. Wales: 21. The Welsh landscape and its medieval development
22. Royal residences
23. Baronial and other castles
24. Episcopal residences
25. Fortified and tower houses
26. Native houses in north Wales and the borderland
27. Anglo-Plantagenet houses in south Wales
28. Further aspects of residential occupation
29. Wales: bibliography
Appendix 9
List of plates
List of figures
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Architecture, Domestic England, Architecture, Medieval England, Architecture, Domestic Wales, Architecture, Medieval Wales