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Lordship and Society in the March of Wales, 1282-1400. - Davies, R. R.
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1978, ISBN: 0198224540

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[EAN: 9780198224549], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [SC: 3.0], [PU: Oxford: Clarendon Press,], Jacket, 512 S. Aus dem Nachlass von Michael Richter. Mit Namensstempel auf Vorsatz. Umschlag leicht berieben, sonst gutes Exemplar. Richters Rezensionsexemplar für die HZ mit vereinzelten Anstreichungen. Beiliegend: Rezensionsanfrage der HZ -- Richters Notizen für die Rezension -- Seitenausdruck der Rezension in der HZ. - Inhalt: The March -- The Lords of the March -- Military Lordship -- The Consolidation of Lordship -- Demesne Lordship -- Lordship of Men and of Land -- Judicial Lordship -- The Profits of Lordship -- The Management of Lordship -- Liberties and Lordship in the March -- Relations between Marcher Lordships -- The King and the Marcher Lords -- The March in English Politics -- English and Welsh in Marcher Society -- The English -- The Welsh -- The Economic Structure of Marcher Society -- The Transformation of Marcher Society. - The March of Wales in the fourteenth century comprised forty or so large lordships under the control of Anglo-Norman lords. It extended from the lordship of Denbigh in the north to that of Chepstow in the south and then along the coast to Pembroke in the south-west, forming an area rich in historical and geographical contrasts. Since each Marcher lordship was virtually a self-contained unit of governance and its lord its 'sovereign governor', the March is excellent material for the study of the concept and content of lordship in medieval society. It was also a frontier society where highland and lowland, English and Welsh met. This is a lucid and penetrating study which places a complex subject within the range of coherent historical analysis and discussion. (Verlagstext). ISBN 9780198224549 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 850 Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag., Books

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Oxford, Clarendon Press, 512 S. Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag. Aus dem Nachlass von Michael Richter. Mit Namensstempel auf Vorsatz. Umschlag leicht berieben, sonst gutes Exemplar. Richters Rezensionsexemplar für die HZ mit vereinzelten Anstreichungen. Beiliegend: Rezensionsanfrage der HZ -- Richters Notizen für die Rezension -- Seitenausdruck der Rezension in der HZ. - Inhalt: The March -- The Lords of the March -- Military Lordship -- The Consolidation of Lordship -- Demesne Lordship -- Lordship of Men and of Land -- Judicial Lordship -- The Profits of Lordship -- The Management of Lordship -- Liberties and Lordship in the March -- Relations between Marcher Lordships -- The King and the Marcher Lords -- The March in English Politics -- English and Welsh in Marcher Society -- The English -- The Welsh -- The Economic Structure of Marcher Society -- The Transformation of Marcher Society. - The March of Wales in the fourteenth century comprised forty or so large lordships under the control of Anglo-Norman lords. It extended from the lordship of Denbigh in the north to that of Chepstow in the south and then along the coast to Pembroke in the south-west, forming an area rich in historical and geographical contrasts. Since each Marcher lordship was virtually a self-contained unit of governance and its lord its 'sovereign governor', the March is excellent material for the study of the concept and content of lordship in medieval society. It was also a frontier society where highland and lowland, English and Welsh met. This is a lucid and penetrating study which places a complex subject within the range of coherent historical analysis and discussion. (Verlagstext). ISBN 9780198224549 Wales 1978 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag., [PU: Oxford University Press]

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512 S. Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag. Aus dem Nachlass von Michael Richter. Mit Namensstempel auf Vorsatz. Umschlag leicht berieben, sonst gutes Exemplar. Richters Rezensionsexemplar für die HZ mit vereinzelten Anstreichungen. Beiliegend: Rezensionsanfrage der HZ -- Richters Notizen für die Rezension -- Seitenausdruck der Rezension in der HZ. - Inhalt: The March -- The Lords of the March -- Military Lordship -- The Consolidation of Lordship -- Demesne Lordship -- Lordship of Men and of Land -- Judicial Lordship -- The Profits of Lordship -- The Management of Lordship -- Liberties and Lordship in the March -- Relations between Marcher Lordships -- The King and the Marcher Lords -- The March in English Politics -- English and Welsh in Marcher Society -- The English -- The Welsh -- The Economic Structure of Marcher Society -- The Transformation of Marcher Society. - The March of Wales in the fourteenth century comprised forty or so large lordships under the control of Anglo-Norman lords. It extended from the lordship of Denbigh in the north to that of Chepstow in the south and then along the coast to Pembroke in the south-west, forming an area rich in historical and geographical contrasts. Since each Marcher lordship was virtually a self-contained unit of governance and its lord its 'sovereign governor', the March is excellent material for the study of the concept and content of lordship in medieval society. It was also a frontier society where highland and lowland, English and Welsh met. This is a lucid and penetrating study which places a complex subject within the range of coherent historical analysis and discussion. (Verlagstext). ISBN 9780198224549 Versandkostenfreie Lieferung, [PU:Oxford: Clarendon Press,]

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1978, ISBN: 9780198224549

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Oxford, Clarendon Press, 512 S. Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag. Aus dem Nachlass von Michael Richter. Mit Namensstempel auf Vorsatz. Umschlag leicht berieben, sonst gutes Exemplar. Richters Rezensionsexemplar für die HZ mit vereinzelten Anstreichungen. Beiliegend: Rezensionsanfrage der HZ -- Richters Notizen für die Rezension -- Seitenausdruck der Rezension in der HZ. - Inhalt: The March -- The Lords of the March -- Military Lordship -- The Consolidation of Lordship -- Demesne Lordship -- Lordship of Men and of Land -- Judicial Lordship -- The Profits of Lordship -- The Management of Lordship -- Liberties and Lordship in the March -- Relations between Marcher Lordships -- The King and the Marcher Lords -- The March in English Politics -- English and Welsh in Marcher Society -- The English -- The Welsh -- The Economic Structure of Marcher Society -- The Transformation of Marcher Society. - The March of Wales in the fourteenth century comprised forty or so large lordships under the control of Anglo-Norman lords. It extended from the lordship of Denbigh in the north to that of Chepstow in the south and then along the coast to Pembroke in the south-west, forming an area rich in historical and geographical contrasts. Since each Marcher lordship was virtually a self-contained unit of governance and its lord its 'sovereign governor', the March is excellent material for the study of the concept and content of lordship in medieval society. It was also a frontier society where highland and lowland, English and Welsh met. This is a lucid and penetrating study which places a complex subject within the range of coherent historical analysis and discussion. (Verlagstext). ISBN 9780198224549 Wales 1978, [PU: Oxford University Press]

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1978, ISBN: 9780198224549

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Oxford, Clarendon Press, 512 S. Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag. Aus dem Nachlass von Michael Richter. Mit Namensstempel auf Vorsatz. Umschlag leicht berieben, sonst gutes Exemplar. Richters Rezensionsexemplar für die HZ mit vereinzelten Anstreichungen. Beiliegend: Rezensionsanfrage der HZ -- Richters Notizen für die Rezension -- Seitenausdruck der Rezension in der HZ. - Inhalt: The March -- The Lords of the March -- Military Lordship -- The Consolidation of Lordship -- Demesne Lordship -- Lordship of Men and of Land -- Judicial Lordship -- The Profits of Lordship -- The Management of Lordship -- Liberties and Lordship in the March -- Relations between Marcher Lordships -- The King and the Marcher Lords -- The March in English Politics -- English and Welsh in Marcher Society -- The English -- The Welsh -- The Economic Structure of Marcher Society -- The Transformation of Marcher Society. - The March of Wales in the fourteenth century comprised forty or so large lordships under the control of Anglo-Norman lords. It extended from the lordship of Denbigh in the north to that of Chepstow in the south and then along the coast to Pembroke in the south-west, forming an area rich in historical and geographical contrasts. Since each Marcher lordship was virtually a self-contained unit of governance and its lord its 'sovereign governor', the March is excellent material for the study of the concept and content of lordship in medieval society. It was also a frontier society where highland and lowland, English and Welsh met. This is a lucid and penetrating study which places a complex subject within the range of coherent historical analysis and discussion. (Verlagstext). ISBN 9780198224549Wales 1978, [PU: Oxford University Press]

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