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Author: Rosamond Faith
ISBN: 0718500113
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Pages 320 pages
Publisher Leicester Univ Pr (June 1, 1997)
Language English
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eBook The English Peasantry and the Growth of Lordship (Studies in the Early History of Britain) download

by Rosamond Faith


Drawing on work in archaeology and landscape studies, as well as on documentary sources, the book describes a fundamental division within the peasantry: that between the very dependent tenants and agricultural workers on the "inland" of the estates of ministers, kinds and lords, and the more independent peasantry of the "warland".

The study leads to the expression of views on many aspects of the development of society in the period

The study leads to the expression of views on many aspects of the development of society in the period. Drawing on work in archaeology and landscape studies, as well as on documentary sources, the book describes a fundamental division within the peasantry: that between the very dependent tenants and agricultural workers on the "inland" of the estates of ministers, kinds and lords, and the more independent peasantry of the "warland". The study leads to the expression of views on many aspects of the development of society in the period.

Faith, Rosamond, The English Peasantry and the Growth of Lordship, Studies in the Early History of Britain . Maitland, F. Domesday Book and Beyond: Three Essays in the Early History of England, new edn with foreword by Holt, J. C. (Cambridge, 1987).

Faith, Rosamond, The English Peasantry and the Growth of Lordship, Studies in the Early History of Britain (London, 1997). Fell, . Women in Anglo-Saxon England and the Impact of 1066 (London, 1984). Fleming, . Britain after Rome, c. 400–1050 (London, 2010). Miller, E. and Hatcher, . Medieval England: Rural Society and Economic Change, 1086–1348 (London, 1978). and Bournazel, . La mutation féodale, xe–xiie siècles, 2nd edn (Paris, 1991), trans.

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The English Peasantry and the Growth of Lordship. Rome, Britain and the Anglo-Saxons. The History of the CountrysideThe Origins of the Manorial Economy: New Insights from Late Antiquity. Leicester: Leicester University Press. Anglo-Saxon Farms and Farming The Church in Anglo-Saxon Society.

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an earlier draft of the book; presumably, Ceolwulf knew . The History of the English Church and People has a clear polemical and didactic purpose

an earlier draft of the book; presumably, Ceolwulf knew enough Latin to understand it, and he may even have been able to read it. The preface makes it clear that Ceolwulf had requested the earlier copy, and Bede had asked for Ceolwulf's approval; this correspondence with the king indicates that Bede's monastery had excellent connections among the. Northumbrian nobility. The History of the English Church and People has a clear polemical and didactic purpose. Bede sets out not just to tell the story of the English, but to advance his views on politics and religion

This radically new account of the changing relationship between lords and peasants in England challenges many received ideas about the 'origins of the manor', the status of the Anglo-Saxon peasantry, the twelfth-century economy and the origins of villeinage. In covering the period from the end of the Roman Empire to the late twelfth century, the author is able to trace in post-Conquest society the continuing influence of developments which originated in Anglo-Saxon England.Drawing on much recent work in archaeology and landscape studies, as well as on documentary sources, Rosamond Faith describes a fundamental division within the peasantry: that between the very dependent tenants and agricultural workers on the 'inland' of the estates of minsters, kings and lords, and the more independent peasants of the 'warland'. This study leads to the expression of new views on many aspects of the development of society in the period.