Freedom of movement in the Middle Ages: proceedings of the 2003 Harlaxton Symposium

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Shaun Tyas, Jan 1, 2007 - History - 366 pages

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Contents

The Transmission and Use
19
The Migration of
37
Lollards
57
Ian Wei Scholars and Travel in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries
73
Peter Biller Heretics and Long Journeys
86
The Mobility of the Higher Clergy
104
Publicizing Indulgences
123
Pedlars and Freedom
137
Mental Barriers to Travel in
203
The Difficulties of Getting to Court
215
Ideas and Misconceptions
229
CONTROL
235
The Medieval English Church
249
Exeter Cathedral 13001540
267
Jessica Freeman And He Abjured the Realm of England Never to Return
287
the Physical
305

WOMEN
146
Gender Motion
157
Richard Smith Moving to Marry among the Customary Tenants
169
Zita of Lucca and England
186
Christa Grossinger The Road to Hell
318
The Possibilities and Limitations
331
Index
346
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