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Clergy and laity in London, 1376-1531.

John Aidan Francis Thomson

Clergy and laity in London, 1376-1531.

by John Aidan Francis Thomson

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Written in English


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On the religious life of the people.

The Physical Object
Paginationxi, xii, 449 p. ;
Number of Pages449
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19386150M


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Clergy and laity in London, 1376-1531 by John Aidan Francis Thomson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Thomson developed McFarlane's interest in popular religious dissent with a DPhil thesis, "Clergy and Laity in London, " (), and first came to prominence with an article restoring the. The memorandum book of Henry of Eastry, prior of Christ Church, Canterbury.

T.L. Hogan. London Ph.D. The Order of Minoresses in England. A.F. Claudine Bourdillon. Manchester M.A. The relations between the mendicant friars and the secular clergy in England during the century after the issue of the bull super cathedram ().

Jean L. English vernacular culture in London before the evidence reflect these revisions, fifteenth-century circulation of the Riwle appears strongly London-centred.8 Finally, among shorter texts in the Pepys MS, once more derived from Anglo-Norman (in this case, an example occurs in a London book of c.

), is a narrative combining the. Medieval England A social history and archaeology from the Conquest to AD Colin Platt London and NewYork First published in Hardback edition first published Routledge is an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group This edition published in the Taylor & Francis e-Library.