The Ties that Bound

The Ties that Bound

The Ties that Bound

Uses wills, coroners' rolls, and archaeological research to describe the homes, furnishings, clothing, food, kinship bonds, home economy, and stages of life of thirteenth-and fourteenth-century families

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ISBN : 9780195045642
Pages : 364 pages
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