2 edition of estates of Canterbury Cathedral Priory before the Black Death 1315-1348. found in the catalog.
estates of Canterbury Cathedral Priory before the Black Death 1315-1348.
Photocopy of: Studies in medieval and Renaissance history, vol. 8, (1986), pp.3-31.
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'The estates of Canterbury Cathedral Priory before the Black Death, –', Studies in Medieval and Renaissance History, 8 (), pp. 3– Author: Philip Slavin. 16 M. Mate, ‘The Estates of Canterbury Priory before the Black Death, –’, SMRH, new ser., viii (), 14, 17 Haines, Stratford, p.
18 For the rest of this paragraph see A. Deeley, ‘Papal Provision and Royal Rights of Ecclesiastical Patronage in the Early Fourteenth Century’, EHR, xliii (), –; Saunders. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
On the estates of Canterbury Cathedral Priory it was laid down that reeves should ‘cause the land to be ploughed, sown, and reaped, manured and cultivated, and all the waggons and plough cattle, together with the sheep, lambs, hogs, and all other kind of stock there to be managed and tended, as shall seem best to him for our proﬁt’ Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Levine, David, – At the dawn of modernity: biology, culture, and material life in Europe after the year / David Levine.
Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0 (cloth: alk. paper) 1. Civilization, Medieval. Europe—Church history— – 3. Full text of "Cardiff records; being materials for a history of the county borough from the earliest times" See other formats. The Pamphlet Collection - Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies.
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