Society and change in a fourteenth century English village: King"s Ripton, 1275-1400.

by Anne Kathlena Reiber DeWindt in [Toronto]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 422 Downloads: 294
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Subjects:

  • Villages -- England -- Huntingdonshire -- History,
  • Villages -- England -- Huntingdonshire -- Case studies,
  • King"s Ripton (England) -- Social conditions

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ContributionsToronto, University.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 422 leaves.
Number of Pages422
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18853055M

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The house of the Provost, since called The College, stood northwest of them on the opposite side of the village street.

Anne De Windt, analyzing land transfers in the Ramsey Abbey village of King’s Ripton, where only one of the tenants was free, found transfers among the unfree tenants between andthe majority dealing with plots of between one-half and two and a half acres in the open fields, the others houses, auxiliary buildings, houseplots.

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