2 edition of Later medieval York found in the catalog.
Later medieval York
Benson, George architect.
|Statement||by George Benson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 167 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||167|
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The volume examines York from its post-Roman revival as a town (c. ) to the major changes of the s and s, which in many ways brought an end to the Middle Ages in England.5/5(1). The remarkable and diverse literature produced in the fascinating later medieval period - one of war, transitions, and challenges - is not as widely known as it deserves to be.
In this descriptive guide the pre-eminent scholar of medieval literature Douglas Gray provides the non-specialist reader with an illuminating account of the extensive Cited by: History: Later Medieval York Churches and public ritual.
Individual churches were clearly centres of worship for their parishioners but many aspects The guild of Corpus Christi. The guild of Corpus Christi became one of the greatest guilds of later medieval York Archbishop Richard Scrope.
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The volume examines York from its post-Roman revival as a town (c. ) to the major changes of the s and s, which in many ways brought an end to the Middle Ages in England.
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This book is based on the biographies of some individuals who lived in three northern English towns during the later Middle Ages. It analyzes the many aspects of merchant society: achievements in politics, attitudes toward religion, the family, wider circles of friends and business acquaintances, and the nature and conduct of : Jenny Kermode.
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