Everyday Life in Medieval England

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Hambledon Press, 1994 - History - 336 pages
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"Everyday Life in Medieval England" captures the day-to-day experience of people in the middle ages -- the houses and settlements in which they lived, the food they ate, their getting and spending -- and their social relationships. The picture that emerges is of great variety, of constant change, of movement and of enterprise. Many people were downtrodden and miserably poor, but they struggled against their circumstances, resisiting oppressive authorities, to build their own way of life and to improve their material conditions. The ordinary men and women of the middle ages appear throughout. Everyday Life in Medieval England is an outstanding contribution to both national and local history.

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Power and Conflict in the Medieval English Village
The Growth and Decline
Deserted Medieval Villages in the West Midlands

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About the author (1994)

Dyer was professor of medieval social history at the University of Birmingham and is now professor of regional and local history at the University of Leicester.

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