Medieval England: A Social History and Archaeology from the Conquest to 1600 A.D

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Index

a
Aachen, 17
Abinger motte (Surr.), 10, 11
Acton Burnell Castle (Shrops.), 83 -4
Adam, abbot of Stanton, 65
Agriculture:
crisis, 96, 99 ;
demesne farming, 46, 47, 91, 96, 97, 127 -9;
farm size, 226 ;
labour force, 60, 91, 126, 129, 228 ;
methods, 44 -5;
peasantry, 91, 96, 105, 108, 131, 134, 202 ;
surpluses, 30, 38 ;
tenants, 46, 105, 126, 130, 133, 224
Aisles, 50, 133, 202 -3
Alabaster carving, 247
Alan, abbot of Walsingham, 65
Alciston demesne, 128
Aldingbourne (Suss.), 13
Aldingham (Lancs.), 10
Aldrych, Thomas, 141 -2
Alexander of Bruchsal, 205
Aliens, expulsion, 155, 210
Alms-houses, 138, 147, 149, 152, 220
Alnwick Castle, 174, 175
Alsted Manor (Surr.), 53, 56
Amyas, William de see William de Amyas
Anarchy, the, 7, 11, 13, 23
Anglo-Saxon castles, 2
Angmering Church (Suss.), 28, 76, 142
Apses, 28
Arable land, 1, 43, 91, 95, 97, 102, 105, 131, 224
Architecture:
domestic, see Houses;
foreign influence, 80, 178, 180, 205, 208, 235 ;
royal patronage, 66, 73, 207
Arden, forest, 43
Arundel, 150, 151
Ascot Doilly Castle (Oxf.), 13
Ashbury (Berks.), 198 -9
Askett (Bucks.), 198, 199
Assarters, 42, 108, 111, 115
Auctions, 214
Audley, Sir James, 110
Audley End, 236
Augustinian order, 21, 23, 24, 26, 154 -5
Austin friars, 70
Aylesford friary, 71

b
Babraham (Cambs.), 26
Bagot, Sir Richard, 241 -2
Bardolfeston (Dors.), 38, 39
Barnack school of stonecarving, 74, 117
Barns, 47, 50
Barpham Church (Suss.), 28
Barrow Mead (Som.), 40, 129
Barton Blount (Derbs.), 40, 125, 134
Bath, 165
Battle Abbey, 44, 63, 95, 128, 156, 173, 185 -6
Battle Ditches, Saffron Walden (Ess.), 32
Beauchamp, Richard, earl of Warwick, 185
Beaufort, Cardinal, 152
Beaulieu Abbey, 47, 66, 68
Beaumaris Castle, 89, 90
Bec estates, 18, 97, 106, 108, 109, 155, 157
Becket, Thomas, 66
Bedern (Yorks.), 100
Bell, Thomas, 219
Benedictine order, 21, 23, 170, 210, 211
Berkeley, Elizabeth, countess of Warwick, 185, 188
Berkeley Hernesse (Gloucs.), 26
Berwick-upon-Tweed, 208, 217
Bicker Haven (Lincs.), 116
Bignor (Suss.), 200 -1
Bigod, Hugh, earl of Norfolk, 84, 86
Bigod, Roger, 86, 87
Binsted (Suss.), 120
Bishops Clyst (Derbys.), 131
Black Death, 93, 97, 99, 126, 130, 131, 136, 147, 155, 212
Black Prince, see Edward, the Black Prince
Blackmoor, forest, 43
Blakemere (Shrops.), 184 -5

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Preface and Acknowledgments xiii
  • Preface to the 1994 Edition xvii
  • 1 - The Anglo-Norman Settlement 1
  • 2 - Economic Growth 30
  • 3 - Set-Back 91
  • 4 - After the Black Death 126
  • 5 - Stability at a Reduced Level: the Church 138
  • 6 - Conspicuous Waste 173
  • 7 - Reorientation Under the Tudors 205
  • Abbreviations 251
  • Notes and References 252
  • Index 284
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