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The English Peasantry and the Growth of Lordship
Extensive lordship inland the tenants and workers on the inland warland warland farms and families the growth of small estates and the beginnings of the seigneurial life Anglo-Norman landlords theExpand
Anglo-Saxon Farms and Farming
1. Introduction 2. Arable Farming in Anglo-Saxon England: The Crops 3. Arable Farming in Anglo-Saxon England: Tools and Techniques 4. Animal Husbandry in Anglo-Saxon England: The Livestock 5. AnimalExpand
Farms and families in ninth‐century Provence
Information about the people recorded in 813–14 on the estate of St Victor de Marseilles shows that although considered to belong to the monastery they were an independent peasant class. Family sizeExpand
Forces and Relations of Production in Early Medieval England
The economy of post-Roman Britain entered a phase of abatement in which pastoralism played an important part. Common pasture and access to it underlay small regions within which the form of dominanceExpand
Farms in their landscapes
Demesne resources and labour rent on the manors of St Paul's Cathedral, 1066-1222
A remarkable collection of material relating to the properties of the Dean and Chapter of St Paul's Cathedral, London, in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries has several times been called intoExpand