The Age of transition: the archaeology of English culture 1400-1600
The Age of Transition forms a bridge between the Societies of Medieval Archaeoloy and Post-Medieval Archaeology and this volume originates in a conference that the two societies hosted at the British Museum in November 1996. The contents include: The great divide (Hugh Tait); Thoughts on periodisation and change (Paul Courtney); Archaeology of transition: a continental view (Frans Verhaeghe); The evaluation of historical archaeology (Helmut Hundsbichler); Rural settlements (Christopher Dyer); Innovation and resistance in tomb sculpture (Phillip Lindley); Whitehall Palace and Westminster 1400-1600 (Simon Thurley); New techniques and materials for architectural ornament (Maurice Howard); Gentry houses (Nicholas Cooper); Urban housing in England 1400-1600 (John Schofield); Vernacular architecture, ordinary people and everyday culture (Matthew Johnson); The changin technology of warfare (Jonathan Coad); English households in transition 1450-1550: the ceramic evidence (David Gaimster and Beverley Nenk); Food and diet in late medieval and early modern London: the archaeobotanical evidence (John Giorgi); Changing fashions in dress accessories 1400-1600 (Geoff Egan and Hazel Forsyth); Seals and heraldry 1400-1600 (John Cherry).
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The Great Divide Hugh Tait
some thoughts on periodisation and change Paul Courtney
a Continental view Frans Verhaeghe
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16th century Abbey Acton Court age of transition aglets Alltag archae British building Cambridge Castle ceramic changes clothing context Continental court decoration deposits documentary dress accessories Dyer early 16th century early modern economic effigies Egan & Pritchard England English Europe example excavated fashion floor forthcoming functional Gaimster Giorgi guns Henry VIII heraldry historians houses Hundsbichler Ibid important innovation Italian King's land late 15th late medieval maiolica manor material culture Medieval Archaeology mid 16th Middle Ages Mittelalters monuments Museum of London Norwich open hall ornament Oxford painted palace patterns peasant period pins plant remains Post-Medieval Archaeology pottery Pritchard 1991 production Raeren religious Renaissance Revolution royal seal social Society stone stoneware stove-tiles Street suggest survive tailoring Thurley tiles tion tomb Tower Tower of London towns trade traditional Treswell Tudor urban Verhaeghe vernacular architecture village wares Westminster Whitehall Whitehall Palace
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