By Emilie Amt
This anthology brings jointly medieval records and narratives illustrative of the political, social, fiscal, and cultural background of britain throughout the center a long time. Authors and topics incorporated are either secular and clerical, female and male, effective and occasional. besides vintage texts, similar to the Domesday publication and Magna Carta, the gathering additionally comprises fabrics on much less often addressed issues, comparable to the persecution of Jews, and the writings of a couple of girls, akin to Margery of Kempe and Queen Isabella of Angoulême.
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