Daily living in the twelfth century, based on the observations of Alexander Neckam in London and Paris

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University of Wisconsin Press, 1952 - Civilization, Medieval - 337 pages
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"This useful reference work is a model of compact scholarship. Its modest format encloses a wealth of information. . . . Holmes shows an easy familiarity with the vast major and minor source materials centering upon 11501200."Speculum

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Holmes was an Episcopal priest, and served as Dean of the School of Theology at the University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee.

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