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Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern France (Occasional Paper)

Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern France (Occasional Paper)

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Published by Society of Antiquaries of Scotland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medieval European archaeology,
  • Palaces, chateaux, country houses,
  • c 1000 CE to c 1500,
  • c 1500 to c 1600,
  • c 1600 to c 1700,
  • England,
  • Manors,
  • Residential buildings, domestic buildings,
  • France

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsGwyn Meirion-Jones (Editor), Michael Jones (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages223
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8286310M
    ISBN 100854312633
    ISBN 109780854312634

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Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern France (Occasional Paper) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Manorial domestic buildings in England and northern France. London: Society of Antiquaries of London, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Gwyn I Meirion-Jones; Michael Jones.

New studies on manorial domestic buildings in England and northern France has led to a reappraisal of the essential elements of the seigneurial residence: the ground-floor hall, the chamber-block and the first-floor hall.

The eight essays in this volume highlight the similarities and differences between the regions, and include contributions by: J Blair (English domestic.

Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern France by Gwyn Meirion-Jones,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Seigneurial Residence in Western Europe AD c (bar s) by Michael Jones, Gwyn Meirion-Jones Edward Impey Paperback Book See Other Available Editions Description A collection of eighteen papers which were originally intended to be presented at a colloquium, that did not take place, and complement Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern.

28 Impey, Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern France book, ‘ Seigneurial domestic architecture in Normandy, ’, in Meirion-Jones, G. and Jones, M. (eds), Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern France, Occasional papers of the Society of Antiquaries of London, vol.

15. ‘ Hall and Chamber: English Domestic Planning – ’, in G. Meirion-Jones and M. Jones, eds., Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern France, Society of Antiquaries Occasional Pa 1 –21, London: Society of Antiquaries of by: 6. It was in the book The English Mediaeval House where I stumbled across the 12th century manor house in Boothby Pagnell, r reading in Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern France led me to additional information about the two-storey chamber block house there.

Archaeological evidence published after these two books indicate. This book contains papers in English and papers in FrenchA collection of eighteen papers which were originally intended to be presented at a colloquium, that did not take place, and complement Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern France (Society of Antiquaries of London Occasional Pap Brand: Gwyn Meirion-Jones.

Arabic administration in northern European terms. Indeed, after the Introduc-tion, further England-Sicily comparisons merit little attention, and the first chapter instead offers a well-balanced introduction into the background issues and most of the main technical terminology relating to the relevant medieval.

Occasional Paper the proceedings of a colloquium held in on the manorial domestic buildings in England and northern France, edited by two of those who have edited the book under review (Gwyn Meirion-Jones & Michael Jones), with the third editor making a major contribution to the conference.

Although. Blair, W.J.,'Hall and chamber: English domestic planning ', in G. Meirion-Jones and M. Jones (eds), Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern France (London: Occasional papers of the Society of Antiquaries of London 15) p.

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Northern England Constituent country: England. A manor house is a country house, which historically formed the administrative centre of a manor, the lowest unit of territorial organization in the feudal system in Europe.

A manor house was the dwelling house or "capital messuage" of a feudal lord of a manor. The primary feature of the manor-house was its great hall, to which subsidiary. MEIRION-JONES, GWYN; JONES, MICHAEL (eds.), Manorial Domestic Buildings in England and Northern France (London: Society of Antiquaries of London, ) MILNE, GUSTAV, Timber Building Techniques in London c.

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