Pottery And Social Life In Medieval England

Author: Ben Jervis
Publisher: Oxbow Books
ISBN: 1782976590
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How do pots relate to documents, landscapes and identities? These are the questions addressed in this book which develops a new approach to the study of pottery in medieval archaeology.

Insight From Innovation

Author: Barbara Peacock
ISBN: 9780992633646
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This collection of papers is presented in honour of Professor David Peacock's many and lasting contributions to archaeological ceramic studies.

The Oxford Handbook Of Women And Gender In Medieval Europe

Author: Judith M. Bennett
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191667307
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Quoted in Mark Girouard, Life in the English Country House: A Social and
Architectural History (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1978), 30. Girouard, Life
in the English Country House, 27; Eval ... 850–1550 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2003),
482; Alejandra Gutierrez, “Cheapish and Spanish: Meaning and Design on
Imported Pottery,” Medieval Ceramics, 21 (1997): 74; David Gaimster and
Beverley Nenk, “English Households in Transition, c. 1400–1550: The Ceramic
Evidence,” in David ...

Medieval England

Author: Colin Platt
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 0415129133
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"First published in 1978. Transfered to digital printing 2009."--Title page verso.

Sugar In The Social Life Of Medieval Islam

Author: Tsugitaka Sato
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004281568
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770/1368–9 or 779/1377) also described ʿAjlūn as a beautiful city with many
markets and a strong citadel (qalʿa) (Tuḥfat al-Nuẓẓār, Paris, 1854; repr. 1969,
I, 129). As we walked through the castle museum there, I found myself transfixed
in front of a case displaying an ublūj, a cone-shaped piece of unglazed
earthenware pottery. The ublūj (pl. abālīj) was about 30 centimeters in height and
maximum diameter, and had three small holes at the bottom. It was designed to
separate out ...

Medieval England

Author: Arthur MacGregor
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The authors of this book are a curator of the Ashmolean Museum and a member of its education service, and they use the collections of the Museum to illustrate a series of historical themes from the reign of Alfred to the end of the Wars of ...

The Archaeology Of Medieval England And Wales

Author: John Steane
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317599942
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OF THE NECESSITIES OF LIFE This chapter summarises the recent
archaeological evidence in England and Wales for medieval food, drink, clothing
and footwear. 1. Food: The Limiting Factors ... Cereals, despite the fact that they
were of far greater importance in the medieval diet, are more elusive, often only
surviving as grain impressions on pottery or in carbonised form. The context, too
... Another difficulty is to tie a particular body of evidence with a specific social
group. The diet of ...

British Book News

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An illustrated descriptive account, by a connoisseur, of the early soft paste
productions of Bow, Chelsea, Lowestoft, Worcester, Caughlcy, and Liverpool
potters from approximately 1740-1800, with a foreword by Bernard Rackham,
one-time ... The author contrasts the social life of Britain today with that of earlier
periods of English history — Medieval England, the Renaissance, the Victorian
era — and shows how the principles of design in the past can be applied to the
present day in the ...

Not So Much A Pot More A Way Of Life

Author: Christopher G. Cumberpatch
Publisher: Oxbow Books Limited
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There is more to artefact analysis than the study of chronology and provenance. This is the theme of these essays which are based on discussions at the Theoretical Archaeology Group conferences at Durham and Bradford in 1993 and 1994.