The Countryside of Medieval England Edited by Astril & Grant


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Blackwell, 1992. 

'The contributors to this book draw on a wide range of sources, both historical and archaeological, to explore the environment and rural ways of medieval England. They discuss the keeping and hunting of animals, the growing of plants, and the agricultural methods and tools employed. They also examine the field, wood and parks of the medieval landscape and the forms of distribution of settlements and villages.'

Category Archaeology