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London and the Crown in the Reign of Henry VII

@inproceedings{Harper2015LondonAT,
  title={London and the Crown in the Reign of Henry VII},
  author={Sam Harper},
  year={2015}
}
The reign of Henry VII suffers from academic neglect, partly as a consequence of its existence on the threshold of the traditional divide between the medieval and the early modern periods. These are frequently regarded as distinct areas of study, each with its own historiographical traditions shaped by the differing nature of the sources for each. Consequently a significant gap exists in the historiography of the development of both the City of London as a capital city and the English monarchy… 
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