By Peter Speed
Chapter issues comprise: agriculture from the overdue Roman Empire to the past due center a while; the village; cities; shopkeepers and craftspeople; accomplishing company; city govt; exchange, cash and banking; households; foods and drinks; interests; the negative; the in poor health; plague and rebellion.
234 readings conceal files; inventories; calendars, chronicles and histories; tourists’ money owed; medical treatises; biographies; letters and notebooks; poetry and plays.
"Those Who labored" is a quantity in Peter Speed’s three-volume sequence of medieval resources in English translation.
Preface, word list, bibliography, and index. ninety five illustrations, 2 maps.
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