The Agrarian History of England and Wales (8 Volume Set in 12 Paperback Parts)

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This series, initiated under the general editorship of the late H. P. R. Finberg, comprises eight volumes covering the agrarian history of England and Wales from the Neolithic period to the time of publication. The volumes were published between 1967 and 2000. It was not just a synthesis of existing knowledge, although full account has been taken of earlier work. The national archives have been extensively researched, while the manuscript deposits in various offices - a vast ...

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Overview

This series, initiated under the general editorship of the late H. P. R. Finberg, comprises eight volumes covering the agrarian history of England and Wales from the Neolithic period to the time of publication. The volumes were published between 1967 and 2000. It was not just a synthesis of existing knowledge, although full account has been taken of earlier work. The national archives have been extensively researched, while the manuscript deposits in various offices - a vast source - have been freely tapped.

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Part I. Prehistory Stuart Piggott; Part II. AD 43-1042 H. P. R. Finberg; Section 4. Roman Britain S. Applebaum; Part I. England before the Norman Conquest H. E. Hallam; Part II. Domesday England Sally Harvey; Part III. New Settlement; Part II. Domesday England Sally Harvey; Part III. New Settlement; Part III. New Settlement; Part IV. Farming Techniques; Part V. Population Movements in England, 1086-1350 H. E. Hallam; Part VI. Social Structure; Part VI. Social Structure; Part VII. Prices and Wages David L. Farmer; Part VIII. The Life of the People H. E. Hallam; Part IX. Rural Building in England and Wales J. G. Hurst; Section 1. England; Section 2. Wales L. A. S. Butler; Part X. Rural England and Wales, 1042-1350 H. E. Hallam; Bibliography; Index of place names; General index. Volume 3; Part VIII. The Life of the People H. E. Hallam; Part IX. Rural Building in England and Wales J. G. Hurst; Section 1. England; Section 2. Wales L. A. S. Butler; Part X. Rural England and Wales, 1042-1350 H. E. Hallam; Bibliography; Index of place names; General index. Volume 3; Part IX. Rural Building in England and Wales J. G. Hurst; Section 1. England; Section 2. Wales L. A. S. Butler; Part X. Rural England and Wales, 1042-1350 H. E. Hallam; Bibliography; Index of place names; General index. Volume 3; Part X. Rural England and Wales, 1042-1350 H. E. Hallam; Bibliography; Index of place names; General index. Volume 3; Part I. Introduction; Part II. The Occupation of the Land; Part III. Farming Practice and Techniques; Part IV. Marketing the Produce of the Countryside, 1200-1500 David L. Farmer; Part V. Prices and Wages, 1350-1500 David L. Farmer; Part VI. Landlords J. M. W. Bean; Part VII. Tenant Farming and Tenant Farmers; Part V. Prices and Wages, 1350-1500 David L. Farmer; Part VI. Landlords J. M. W. Bean; Part VII. Tenant Farming and Tenant Farmers; Part VI. Landlords J. M. W. Bean; Part VII. Tenant Farming and Tenant Farmers.

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