4 edition of The medieval parks of England found in the catalog.
The medieval parks of England
Leonard M. Cantor
1983 by Dept. of Education, Loughborough University of Technology in [Loughborough] .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Loughborough University of Technology. Department of Education.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
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About the Author. Stephen Mileson started working for the Victoria County History of Oxfordshire in and has so far been researching and writing about the history of Henley-on-Thames and surrounding Chilterns parishes in the far south of the county.
He has also been Lecturer in Medieval History at St Edmund Hall, Oxford sinceCited by: 6. Parks were prominent and, in fact, controversial features of the medieval countryside, but they have been unevenly studied and remain only partly understood. This book provides a full-length study of the subject, setting parks across England throughout the middle ages in their full social, economic, jurisdictional, and landscape context.
Based on an enormous amount of original research, this in-depth study of parks created in Hertfordshire between the 11th and the 15th centuries paints a vivid picture of this medieval county and illuminates a significant aspect of its landscape : Anne Rowe. The park - a feature of the landscape we always associate with the hunting of deer - played an important role in the psyche of Britain's medieval aristocracy.
This well-illustrated book offers a reappraisal of the park by a new generation of landscape researchers, who use a diversity of approaches to assess its economy, ecology and social role.
Medieval History and Archaeology. First full-length study of parks in medieval society. Investigates the variety of purposes of these royal and aristocratic reserves.
Examines the impact of park creation on society - from the Crown to the peasantry. Illuminates the controversial nature of parks - their role in feuds and popular protest. Parks in Medieval England by S. Mileson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2).
Parks were prominent and, in fact, controversial features of the medieval countryside, but they have been unevenly studied and remain only partly understood.
This book provides a full-length study of the subject, setting parks across England throughout the middle ages in their full social, economic, jurisdictional, and landscape : Stephen Mileson. Parks in Medieval England boldly grapples with the full complexity of the topic, tackling the problematic chronology of these structures, spanning the 12th to 16th centuries, through to their diverse features, uses and detailed social contexts.
Its objective is a coherent understanding of the park phenomenon, and through a detailed inter-regional multi-disciplinary study, Mileson has produced a book. Part One: Approaches to the Medieval Park: The Sociology of Park Creation in Medieval England (S A Mileson); 'The King's Chief Delights': A Landscape Approach to the Royal Parks of Post-Conquest England (Amanda Richardson); Animal bones and Animal Parks (Naomi Sykes); The Social Construction of Medieval Park Ecosystems: An Inter-disciplinary.
Parks in Medieval England S. Mileson Medieval History and Archaeology. First full-length study of parks in medieval society; Investigates the variety of purposes of these royal and aristocratic reserves; Examines the impact of park creation on society - from the Crown to the peasantry; Illuminates the controversial nature of parks - their.
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Buy Parks in Medieval England (Medieval History and Archaeology) by S. Mileson (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.1/5(1). The medieval parks of England: A gazetteer by Cantor, Leonard M at - ISBN - ISBN - Dept.
of Education, Loughborough University of Technology - Format: Paperback. About the book “A positive treasure trove of information both on individual parks and on the workings of medieval parklands generally” Essex Gardens Trust “In many respects it is a model for future local studies” Journal of Historical Geography “Excellent and beautifully produced” The Local Historian “To create such a comprehensive regional overview based on evidence at the.
This anthology brings together medieval documents and narratives illustrative of the political, social, economic, and cultural history of England during the Middle Ages. Authors and subjects included are both secular and clerical, male and female, mighty and low.
Along with classic texts, such as the Domesday Book and Magna Carta, the collection also contains materials on less frequently. Buy Parks in Medieval England by S.
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Buy Medieval history books from today. Find our best selection and offers online, with FREE Click & Collect or UK delivery. This illustrated volume examines the evidence for medieval parks in Anglo-Norman Ireland. It is the first book on the subject and concentrates on the parks documented in the period to cDrawing on archaeological fieldwork, historical and place-name evidence, it generates a broad understanding of the role of parks in medieval society.
Get this from a library. Parks in medieval England. [S A Mileson] -- Parks were prominent and, indeed, controversial features of the medieval countryside, but they have been unevenly studied and remain only partly understood.
Stephen Mileson provides the first. Hooke D (a) Medieval forests and parks in southern and central England. In: Watkins C (ed) European woods and forests. Studies in cultural history. CAB International, New York, pp 19–32 Google ScholarCited by: 2. The Medieval Parks of England L.
CANTOR and J. HATHERLY ABSTRACT. The hunting park was a very prominent feature of the medieval landscape. Securely enclosed by an earth bank and paling fence, it was stocked with deer to provide hunting and meat. The park, which belonged to the lord of the manor, was an integral part.
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