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Provides a comprehensive introduction and essential guide to one of the most important institutions in medieval England and to its substantial archive. This is the first book to offer a detailed explanation of the form, structure and evolution of the manor and its records. Offers translations of, and commentaries upon, each category of document to illustrate their main features. Examples of each category of record are provided in translation, followed by shorter extracts selected to illustrate interesting, commonly occurring, or complex features. A valuable source of reference for undergraduates wishing to understand the sources which underpin the majority of research on the medieval economy and society.


Translated and annotated by Mark Bailey

Publisher: Manchester Medieval Sources Online

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Prelims
pp. i-xiv(14)
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I: The Composition and Origins of the Manor
pp. 1-20(20)
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II: Manorial Surveys, Extents and Rentals
pp. 21-95(75)
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III: Manorial Accounts
pp. 97-166(70)
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IV: Manor and Leet Courts
pp. 167-240(74)
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Glossary
pp. 241-247(7)
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Select Bibliography
pp. 248-252(5)
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Index
pp. 253-258(6)
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