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Lords and Communities in Early Medieval East Anglia

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1st edition
Very good condition with little to no shelf wear
This 'once-in-a-generation' report, conducted by some twenty public and charitable organisations, notes that we need to remember that' the historic environment is seen by most people as a totality', and while generally striking an optimistic note, comments that 'many people feel excluded from a full appreciation of England's cultural richness and diversity'.
The present study considers how lords and communities from a range of religious, ethnic and social backgrounds came together to forge workable societies within a regional framework between the ages of the Vikings and the Normans.

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Author(s):
Wareham, Andrew
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2005
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1843831554
ISBN-13:
9781843831556
Number of pages:
185
Publisher:
Boydell

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1st edition
Very good condition with little to no shelf wear
This 'once-in-a-generation' report, conducted by some twenty public and charitable organisations, notes that we need to remember that' the historic environment is seen by most people as a totality', and while generally striking an optimistic note, comments that 'many people feel excluded from a full appreciation of England's cultural richness and diversity'.
The present study considers how lords and communities from a range of religious, ethnic and social backgrounds came together to forge workable societies within a regional framework between the ages of the Vikings and the Normans.

Author(s):
Wareham, Andrew
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2005
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1843831554
ISBN-13:
9781843831556
Number of pages:
185
Publisher:
Boydell

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