3 edition of The merchants of medieval Bristol, 1350-1500 found in the catalog.
The merchants of medieval Bristol, 1350-1500
Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Oregon, 1987.
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University of Louisville ThinkIR: The University of Louisville's Institutional Repository roughly CEo The badges were brought to light during archaeological excavations of water sites throughout the Schelde Estuary in the Netherlands, the scholarly book that treats medieval religious tokens, see Brian Spencer, Pilgrim. See Sara Lipton, Dark Mirror: The Medieval Origins of Anti-Jewish Iconography (New York: Metropolitan Books, ), ; Anthony Bale, The Jew in the Medieval Book: English Antisemitisms – (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ), Cited by: 1.
Full text of "English church monuments A. D. ; an introduction to the study of tombs & effigies of the Mediaeval period" See other formats. Noble Living The Françoise and Georges Selz Gallery. This gallery is devoted to goods found in the households of rich nobles and wealthy merchants, occasionally contrasting them with more humble wares. The gallery focuses on moments of ostentatious display, such as hunting, dining and courtship.
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22 March ) was an English boy whose death was, at the time, attributed to the Jewish community of is the first known medieval accusation against Jews of ritual murder.
William The merchants of medieval Bristol an apprentice tanner who regularly came into contact with Jews and visited their homes as part of his trade.
His death was unsolved; Born: 2 FebruaryNorwich, England. English society comprises the group behaviour of the English people, and of collective social interactions, organisation and political attitudes in social history of England evidences many social and societal changes over the history of England, from Anglo-Saxon England to the contemporary forces upon the Western major social changes have.
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Title: Merchants of Medieval Bristol, -The Author: Beetham-Fisher, Anita Loy Published: Publisher: University of Oregon (Ph.D. thesis) ISBN: Title: Migrants and Refugees: Muslim and Christian Pakistani families in Bristol Author: Jeffery, Patricia Published: Publisher: Cambridge University Press ISBN: Portraits of Medieval Women: Family, Marriage, and Politics in England [Book Review] Jacqueline Murray.
The Medieval Review 10 Image Worship and Idolatry in England [REVIEW] Politics and Finance in Late Medieval English Towns: Bristol, York and the Crown, [REVIEW]. Sam A. Mustafa, Merchants and Migrations: Germans and Americans in.
Connection, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, xvii + pp. $ (cloth), ISBN: Reviewed for by Simone A. Wegge, College of Staten Island – City. University of New York. Mustafa’s Merchants and Migrations is a study about the development of. (2) J. Day, "The Great Bullion Famine of the Fifteenth Century," Past & Present 79 (): ; J.
Munro, "Monetary Contraction and Industrial Change in the Late Medieval Low Countries, ," in Coinage in the Low Countries,ed. Mayhew, British Archaeological Reports 54 (Oxford, ), ; "Bullion flows and.
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6 Bristol: Wfteenth-century plan of the town at the time of its foundation 7 Holy Trinity church, Hull 8 Pilgrim badge of St Osmund 9 Royston Cave (Herts.): carvings of saints 10 Stratford-on-Avon: the guildhall, chapel and almshouses 11 Alabaster head of St John the Baptist 12 Merchants’marks, Dunfermline 13 Toy soldier on horseback (c.
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David Abulafia, 'The Levant Trade of the Minor Cities in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries: Strengths and Weaknesses,' in B. Z. Kedar and A. L. Udovitch, eds.The book goes on to explore the foundations of civic government and the emergence of local guilds and chantries, showing that each reflected broader trends in local civic culture, being influenced in only a minor way by the Black Death, an event traditionally seen as a major turning point in late medieval urban history.