The English Nobility in the Late Middle Ages: The Fourteenth-Century Political Community

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Taylor & Francis, Nov 1, 2002 - History - 240 pages
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Chris Given-Wilson provides an authoritative and vivid reconstruction of the true nature of political society in late medieval England. He looks at the social structure of the time, discussing what contemporaries meant when they talked of the nobility, always emphasizing the close relationship between social status and political influence. He describes the noble household and council, and examines the territorial and familial policies of local and national affairs.

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Chris Given-Wilson is the editor of "The Chronicles of Adam Usk."

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