The English Nobility in the Late Middle Ages: The Fourteenth-century Political Community
An authoritative and vivid reconstruction of the true nature of political society in late medieval England. Arranged thematically, it is ideal for student use.
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THE RANKS OF THE NOBILITY
Kings and the titled nobility
SERVANTS LANDS AND THE FAMILY
Households and councils
Estates in land
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The English Nobility in the Late Middle Ages: The Fourteenth-Century ...
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