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Commercial Activity, Markets and Entrepreneurs in the Middle Ages
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Richard Britnell: An Appreciation Unreal Wages: Long-run Living Standards and the 'Golden Age' of the Fifteenth Century - John Hatcher Minimum Wages and Unemployment Rates in Medieval England: The Case of Old Woodstock, Oxfordshire, 1256-1357 - John Langdon Crisis Management in London's Food Supply, 1250-1500 - Derek J Keene Grain Shortages in Late Medieval Towns - John S. Lee Market Regulation in Fifteenth-Century England - James Davis Self-Government in the Small Towns of Late Medieval England - Mark Bailey Marketing and Trading Networks in Medieval Durham - C. M. Newman Peasant Opportunities in Rural Durham: Land, Vills and Mills 1400-1500 - Peter L. Larson The Shipmaster as Entrepreneur in Medieval England - Maryanne Kowaleski Cheating the Boss: Robert Carpenter's Embezzlement Instructions [1261 x 1268], and the Employee Fraud in Medieval England - Martha Carlin The Public Life of the Private Charter in Thirteenth-Century England - James Masschaele Luxury Goods in Medieval England - Christopher Dyer Bibliography of the Writings of Richard Britnell Tabula Gratulatoria

About the Author

Christopher Dyer is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Leicester. He has written, edited, co-authored and co-edited many books, including William Dugdale, Historian, 1605-1686: His Life, his Writings and His County (Boydell, 2009).

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A real strength of this festschrift is its masterful editing, and those keen enough to read it from cover to cover will benefit from the clear thematic threads linking all the chapters. * HISTORY *
These studies are clearly written and analytical in tone. They employ detailed source criticism and local case-studies in order to participate in debates and controversies of wider significance, and open up entirely new subjects for discussion. * ENGLISH HISTORICAL REVIEW *
Should be required reading for all who study late medieval England. * CULTURAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY *
Should be required reading for all who study late medieval England. * JOURNAL OF BRITISH STUDIES *
A fine collection of often thought-provoking essays. * THE RICARDIAN *
This festschrift is more successful than many in presenting a thematically cohesive body of research, most of which will be of interest to the historian of small towns and their rural hinterlands. [...] A useful volume which contains much of interest to the urban historian. * URBAN HISTORY *
A more coherent volume than many such collections manage to be. [...] Graduate students would be well advised to regard [the essays] as models of scholarship, not just as sources of information. * THE MEDIEVAL REVIEW *
There is much in this volume to broaden understanding of medieval society and the editors are to be congratulated on bringing together essays which so deftly illustrate the range of Richard Britnell's own work. * JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL ARCHAEOLOGY *

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