Of Mice and Men: Image, Belief and Regulation in Late Medieval England

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Linda Clark
Boydell Press, 2005 - History - 181 pages
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The themes of 'image' and 'representation' play a major part in the essays collected in this volume; subjects explored include the religious sympathies of townsfolk and gentry and their physical manifestations, the cultural setting for the activities of leading families of the period and the interaction of Crown and community of the realm. As the fruit of original archival research on the later Middle Ages, overall the contributions offer the most up-to-date scholarship on the period, and a snapshot of the most crucial issues in current research.Contributors: CLIVE BURGESS, PAUL CAVILL, JON DENTON, THOMAS S. FREEMAN, ALASDAIR HAWKYARD, STEPHEN MILESON, JENNI NUTTALL, COLIN RICHMOND, ANNE F. SUTTON
 

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Contents

The Importance of Parks in FifteenthCentury Society
19
Caister Castle Norfolk
39
Culture Politics and the Percys
69
Configuring Civic Catholicism in Fifteenth
85
Caxton the Cult of St Winifred and Shrewsbury
109
John Blacman and the Cult of Henry VI
127
The Problem of Labour and the Parliament of 1495
143
How Did the Fifteenth Century Get That
157
Index
171
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