Mediaeval England : a new ed. of Barnard's "Companion to English history / " / [edited] by H. W. C. Davis.

Editor
Barnard, Francis Pierrepont, 1854-1931 [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Oxford : The Clarendon Press, 1924.
Description
xxi, 632 pages : frontispiece, illustrations (including maps, plans, facsimiles) ; 24 cm

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Subject(s)
Editor
Bibliographic references
"Books for reference" at end of each article.
Contents
I. Ecclesiastical architecture, by E. A. G. Lamborn.--II. Domestic architecture, by J. A. Gotch.--III. War: 1. Military architecture, by E. A. G. Lamborn. 2. The art of war, by Sir C. W. C. Oman.--IV. Costume, civil, by A. Hartshorne, revised by C. J. ffoulkes.--V. Costume, military, by A. Hartshorne, revised by C. J. ffoulkes.--VI. Heraldry, by F. P. Barnard.--VII. Shipping, by M. Oppenheim.--VIII. Town life, by Lucy Toulmin Smith.--IX. Country life, by G. T. Warner.--X. The monks, the friars, and the secular clergy: 1. Monasticism, by Rose Graham. 2. The mendicant orders, by A. G. Little. 3. The secular clergy, by Geoffrey Baskerville.--XI. Learning and education: 1. General survey, by R. S. Ralt. 2. Handwriting, by Falconer Madan. 3. Printed books, the book trade, and libraries, by Strickland Gibson.--XII. Art, by G. McN. Rushforth.--XIII. Coinage, by G. C. Brooke.--XIV. Trade and commerce, by I. S. Leadam.
Other title(s)
Companion to English history.
LCCN
24026449
OCLC
626750
RCP
C - O
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