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Rebellion in south-western England and the Welsh marches, 1215-17
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2007)
This study attempts a reassessment of the rebellion of 1215-17 in two regions: south-western England and the Welsh marches. After examining the historiography of the 1215-17 conflict and some problems with the evidence, ...
The quantity of money in england 1180-1247: a model
(Bancaria Editrice, 2003)
Estate management and inflation: the honor of gloucester, 1183-1263
(The North American Conference on British Studies, 2002)
The English inflation of 1180-1220 reconsidered
(Oxford University Press, 2001)
Wages in late twelfth and early thirteenth-century England
(Boydell & Brewer, 2001)
Money and the English economy in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries
(Wiley - Blackwell Publishing, 2011)
The subject of money is of clear importance to the history of the English economy in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries and has attracted a considerable literature over the past decades. The author surveys the main ...
Assimilation in north-western England from the Norman conquest to the early thirteenth century: The Kirkby, Pennington and Copeland families
(The University of Leeds, 2010)
By looking at three families, all of Anglo-Scandinavian descent in the male line and neighbours in the Furness peninsula, this article seeks to examine the particular ways in which they, and similar families in the region, ...