The Parish in English Life, 1400-1600
Katherine L. French, Katherine L French, Gary G. Gibbs, Beat A. Kümin
Manchester University Press, 1997 - History - 276 pages
The first comprehensive survey of the religious, social and cultural life of late medieval and Reformation parishes covers town and country, northern as well as southern communities, and provides an indication of the European setting just before and just after the enormous social and religious changes of the 16th century. 15 illustrations.
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