The Cambridge Economic History of Europe from the Decline of the Roman Empire: Volume 1, Agrarian Life of the Middle Ages

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Sir John Harold Clapham, M. M. Postan, Eileen Power
Cambridge University Press, 1941 - 888 pages
This is a completely reset edition. The material in Chapters I, IV, V and VI and in sections 4, 5 and 8 of Chapter VII has been reproduced without any change. Chapters II, III and sections 1, 3 of Chapter VII have been brought up to date. All the other chapters and sections of Chapter VII have either been re-written or replaced by wholly new versions by different authors.
 

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CHAPTER II
92
CHAPTER III
125
Agricultural conditions in the temperate zone
136
Agricultural work and implements
142
The plants cultivated
159
Domestic animals and breeding
170
Agrarian Institutions of the Germanic Kingdoms from the fifth
180
3 Spain
181
7 England
548
A Colonization B The lure of aggre
560
A Patterns of settlement
571
A Magnates and gentry in the thirteenth
592
A Idiosyncrasies of peasant husbandry
600
B Freedom and servility C Status and land D
628
By STURE Bolin late Professor in the University of Lund
633
Village forms
640

CHAPTER V
205
The struggle to preserve the small landowner in
215
The great landowners and their dependants in the late
222
CHAPTER VI
235
CHAPTER VII
291
A Distribu
305
2 Italy
340
A The revival B Reclamation
352
By Robert S SMITH Professor in Duke University North Carolina
432
Agricultural and pastoral pursuits
438
Conclusions
447
S5 Poland Lithuania and Hungary
487
Burdens borne by the rural population
496
and fishing
522
A PreMongol
530
The agrarian classes and the ownership of land
652
CHAPTER VIII
660
disorder and destruction
694
A The difficulties B The reactions C The results
703
countryside A Economic and legal classes B
725
development and preparation
739
Editors Note
743
Chapter II revised by J R Morris
755
Chapter III by Charles Parain
761
Chapter V by Georg Ostrogorsky
774
Chapter VI by Mme E Carpentier
780
Chapter VII 1 by François Louis Ganshof and Adriaan
790
Chapter VIII by Léopold Genicot
834
Index
847
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Page 766 - Einleitung zur Geschichte der Mark-, Hof-, Dorf- und Stadtverfassung und der öffentlichen Gewalt.
Page 790 - Polyptyque de l'abbé Irminon , ou dénombrement des manses, des serfs et des revenus de l'abbaye de Saint-Germain-des-Prés sous le règne de Charlemagne ; publié d'après le manuscrit de la bibliothèque du roi avec des prolégomènes, pour servir à l'histoire de la condition des personnes et des terres, depuis les invasions des barbares jusqu'à l'institution des communes, par M.

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