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Cambridge and Its Region, 1450 to 1560 (Studies in Regional and Local History)

by John S Lee

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Published by University Of Hertfordshire Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • British & Irish history: c 1000 to c 1500,
  • c 1000 CE to c 1500,
  • c 1500 to c 1600,
  • History - General History,
  • History,
  • History: World,
  • Cambridgeshire,
  • Economic History,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General,
  • History / Great Britain

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8765838M
    ISBN 101902806476
    ISBN 109781902806471

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Cambridge and Its Region, 1450 to 1560 (Studies in Regional and Local History) by John S Lee Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cambridge and its economic region, [John S Lee] -- "This study provides a wide-ranging analysis of the economy and society of Cambridge in the later middle ages, drawing extensively on the rich and largely unpublished records of the borough.

This thesis examines the relationship between a town and its region Cambridge and Its Region the late medieval period. The population, wealth, trade, and markets of Cambridge and its region are studied, as are the nature and extent of changes which occurred between anda period traditionally viewed as one of economic and social transition.

(PDF) Cambridge and its economic region, | John S. Lee - This thesis examines the relationship between a town and its region in the late medieval period. The population, wealth, trade, and markets of Cambridge and its region are studied, as are the nature and extent of changes which occurred between   This is a valuable contribution to the economic history of Cambridge and its surrounding county at the turn of the middle ages.

Although its title runs up toit should be seen as the work of a late-medieval rather than an early modern specialist, reflecting the trend, at least among economic and social historians, of regarding the Reformation as a more valid turning point than the dynastic change Author: Alan Dyer.

Cambridge and its economic region, Author: John Lee (Corpus ) Reviewers have said, ‘this well-written and engaging book should be read by anyone with an interest in the social history of England in this period’ (Chris Galley, Local Population Studies), and ‘Overall, Dr Lee’s work must rank as one of the most important.

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Shipping from 24h. The population, wealth, trade, and markets of Cambridge and its region are studied, as are the nature and extent of changes which occurred between Cambridge and its Economic Region, by John S.

Lee. £ £   Lee studies the population, wealth, trade and markets of Cambridge and its region, and the changes that took place over a century of economic and social transition are detailed. Cambridge and Its Economic Region, - Studies in Regional and Local History.

This thesis examines the relationship between a town and its region in the late medieval period. The population, wealth, trade, and markets of Cambridge and its region are studied, as are the. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ell-synergy.c (external link).

The population, wealth, trade, and markets of Cambridge and its region are studied, as are the nature and extent of changes which occurred between anda period traditionally viewed as. Feeding the colleges: Cambridge's food and fuel supplies, By JOHN S.

LEE Recent research has begun to highlight the impact of urban demand within the medieval English economy, both before and after the Black Death of London provided the largest centre of urban consumption, and the 'Feeding the City' project has revealed that by.

Cambridge and its Economic Region – will be of interest not only to historians of Cambridge and its region but also to those concerned with the role of towns in the development of regional economies in the middle ages and beyond.” The book is clearly and methodically presented, in an easy-to-read narrative way.” Michael.

70 Lee, Cambridge and Its Economic Region, 71 Dyer, Chris, “ The Hidden Trade of the Middle Ages: Evidence from the West Midlands of England,” Journal of Historical Geography 18 (): –57 ; Bailey, Mark, “ A Tale of Two Towns: Buntingford and Standon in the Later Middle Ages,” Journal of Medieval History 19 ( John Lee studied history at the universities of Durham and Cambridge and has taught continuing education classes at York and Cambridge.

He has published Cambridge and its economic region, and a range of articles on medieval towns and markets in academic journals. John S. Lee is Research Associate at the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of York. His publications include Cambridge and its Economic Region, (Hatfield, ).

Katie Phillips ihas completed an AHRC-funded PhD in Medieval Studies at the University of Reading. His publications include Cambridge and its Economic Region, (Hatfield, ).

Katie Phillips has completed an AHRC-funded PhD in Medieval Studies at the University of Reading. In addition to the new edition of the Hundred Rolls, the book provides new translations of the following previously unpublished documents. See also Harvey, B., Westminster Abbey and its estates in the Middle Ages (Oxford, ), chapter 11; de Windt, A., ‘ A peasant land market and its participants: King's Ripton – ’, Midland History 4 () –59; Dyer, C., Lords and peasants in a changing society (Cambridge, ), chapter Lee, J S (), Cambridge and its Economic RegionUniversity of Hertfordshire Press.

Lineham, P (ed.) (), St John's College Cambridge: A History, Boydell and Brewer. Maitland, F W (), Township and Borough, Cambridge University Press. (PDF) Cambridge and its economic region, – (introduction) | John S. Lee - This book examines the relationship between a town and its region in the late medieval period.

The population, wealth, trade and markets of Cambridge and its region are studied and the changes that took place over a century of economic and social.John S. Lee, Cambridge and Its Economic Region (Renaissance Quarterly 61 []: ).

John Kerrigan, Archipelagic English: Literature, History, and Politics (The English Historical Review []: ). Valerie Forman, Tragicomic Redemptions: Global .Cambridge and its economic region, by John S. Lee; Landscapes Decoded: The Origins and Development of Cambridgeshire's Medieval Fields (Explorations in Local and Regional History) by Susan Oosthuizen; Cambridge past & present by Durrant, Oundle's War: Memories of a Northamptonshire Town, by Michael Downes.