Helen Fulton's Urban Culture in Medieval Wales PDF

By Helen Fulton

ISBN-10: 0708323510

ISBN-13: 9780708323519

ISBN-10: 0708325033

ISBN-13: 9780708325032

This choice of twelve essays describes points of city lifestyles in medieval Wales, from the way in which humans lived and labored to how they spent their relaxation time. Drawing on facts from ancient documents, archaeology and literature, twelve best students define the range of city lifestyles and concrete identification in medieval Wales. whereas city histories of Wales have charted the commercial development of cities in post-Norman Wales, less has been written concerning the nature of city tradition in Wales. This booklet fills in the various gaps approximately how humans lived in cities and the types of cultural adventure which helped to build a Welsh city identity.

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