Growing Up in Medieval London

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Marcus Woodhouse
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Growing Up in Medieval London

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ISBN 0-19-509384-4 by Barbara A. Hanawalt. Oxford University Press 1993. An amazing book that has opened my eyes to all kinds of historic myths, many being spouted by my fellow re-enactors sad to say. read and prepare to be educted, unless you've already read it in which case I bow to your greater wisdom.

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Post by gregory23b »

Excellent book, really good read, as much as the Ties that Bound.

Superb bits of information, like apprencticeships and how the age of apprencticeship increased after the black death and much more (law students rioting and gettring hanged).

That and the other should be must haves.
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Post by Vez »

Ive been thinking of getting this, now I will. Cheers

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Post by zauberdachs »

likewise I think I'll be getting this, the Ties that Bound is a good read.
Do not be loath, diligent reader, to winnow my chaff, and lay up the wheat in the storehouse of your memory. For truth regards not who is the speaker, nor in what manner it is spoken, but that the thing be true - Nennius, 8th century

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