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medieval household

Geoff Egan

medieval household

daily living c. 1150-c. 1450

by Geoff Egan

  • 180 Want to read
  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Museum of London, Stationery Office in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Material culture -- England -- London -- Catalogs.,
  • London (England) -- Social life and customs -- To 1500.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementGeoff Egan ; with contributions by Justine Bayley ... [et al.].
    SeriesMedieval finds from excavations in London -- 6
    ContributionsBayley, J., Museum of London.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA680
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 342 p. :
    Number of Pages342
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22308361M
    ISBN 100112904904

    Get this from a library! The medieval household: daily living, c. c. [Geoff Egan; J Bayley; Museum of London.]. This book will provide the analytical framework against which all subsequent regional studies will be tested. ” —David Nicholas, American Historical Review “ Herlihy’s work will undoubtedly form a centerpoint for subsequent debate on the development of the medieval household.

    A royal household or imperial household is the residence and administrative headquarters in ancient and post-classical monarchies, and papal household for popes, and formed the basis for the general government of the country as well as providing for the needs of the sovereign and their relations. It was the core of the royal court, though this included many courtiers who were not directly. In the later medieval centuries, a whole range of important social, political, and artistic activities took place against the backdrop of the great English households. In this lively book, C. M. Woolgar explores the fascinating details of life in a great house. Based on extensive investigation of household accounts and related primary documents, Woolgar vividly illuminates the operations of.

    The Medieval Household: Daily Living cc (Medieval Finds from Excavations in London) Aug , TSO Hardcover in EnglishCited by: 1.   Few medieval teenagers enjoyed a formal education as it was rare in the Middle Ages. As a result, not all adolescents went to school, and even those who did were not wholly consumed by learning. As a paid servant in another household, frequently in another town, an adolescent could either contribute to the total income or simply cease using.


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The Good Wife's Guide is the first complete modern English translation of this important medieval text also known as Le Ménagier de Paris (the Parisian household book), a work long recognized for its unique insights into the domestic life of the bourgeoisie during the later Middle Ages/5(15).

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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: 1. The medieval household was, like modern households, the center of family life for all classes of European in contrast to the household of today, it consisted of many more individuals than the nuclear the household of the king to the humblest peasant dwelling, more or less distant relatives and varying numbers of servants and dependents would cohabit with the master of.

Start your review of The Good Wife's Guide (Le Ménagier de Paris): A Medieval Household Book. Write a review. Marie Sandland rated it really liked it. Interesting 14th century household book written by an 'old man' (age unknown) for his teenage bride.

He knows a lot about gardening, cookery and the price of everything/5. Le Ménagier de Paris (French: [lə menaʒje də paʁi]; often abbreviated as Le Ménagier; English: "The Parisian Household Book") is a French medieval guidebook from on a woman's proper behaviour in marriage and running a household.

It includes sexual advice, recipes, and gardening tips. Written in the (fictional) voice of an elderly husband addressing his younger wife, the text offers.

Jewellery, games, writing materials, money are all part of the medieval burgess household and there are many (Dutch) examples available that could have been added to make the book more complete. Despite these shortcomings, this book is a well-illustrated addition to our library.

This is a really fun little book. It's only about pages and it's breezily written, so you can probably get through it in a day or two. It certainly has some sources problems - any time you're writing about medieval family life, that's going to be the case - but Herlihy gets around it the best that he can by bringing in every kind of source he can think of: quantitative analysis, charters /5.

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The Medieval Household book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. One of a series of publications based on the Museum of London's col /5. Medieval Studies New and recent books published in the field of medieval studies by Cornell University Press and its imprints.

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The medieval aristocratic household was not fixed to one location, but could be more or less permanently on the move. Greater nobles would have estates scattered over large geographical areas, and to maintain proper control of all their possessions it was important to physically inspect the localities on a regular basis.

This book will provide the analytical framework against which all subsequent regional studies will be tested.”―David Nicholas, American Historical Review “Herlihy’s work will undoubtedly form a centerpoint for subsequent debate on the development of the medieval household /5(9).

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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Good Wife's Guide (Le Ménagier de Paris): A Medieval Household Book.1/5(1). As a widow and owner of several large estates, she appears to have enjoyed greater status, influence and independence than most married women of the h an examination of Alice's "Household Book," and using other extant contemporary sources, the author has been able to illuminate the experiences of medieval women in general.2/5(2).

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It contains suggestions for running the household, morality, selecting servants, guidance of purchasing /5. This volume asks whether there was a common structure, ideology, and image of the household in the medieval Christian West. In the period under examination, noble households often exercised great power in their own right, while even quite humble households were defined as agents of government in the administration of local communities.3/5(1).

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[Gina L Greco; Christine M Rose;] -- In the closing years of the fourteenth century, an anonymous French writer compiled a book addressed to a fifteen-year-old bride, narrated in the voice of her husband, a wealthy, aging Parisian.

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M. Woolgar explores the fascinating details of life in a great house.