Published January 20, 1994
by British Academy .
Written in English
|Contributions||William Hassall (Editor), Jacques Beauroy (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||700|
How to Cite (), BOOK REVIEWS. The Economic History Review, – doi: /jtbx. Book reviewed in this article: GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND Emilie Amt, The accession of Henry II in England: royal government restored, ‐ William Hassall and Jacques Beauroy, eds., Lordship and landscape in Norfolk, ‐ the early records of Holkham Barbara A. Hanawalt, Growing up in medieval London: the experience of childhood. Holkham is a village and civil parish (including Quarles) in the north of the county of Norfolk, kauainenehcp.coms the small village, the parish includes the major stately home and estate of Holkham Hall and an attractive beach at Holkham kauainenehcp.com three lie at OS grid reference: TF Example of typing a new reference into EndNote (this example is an Edited Book)The reference as it appears in a printed document: Hassall, W., and J. C. Beauroy, eds. ()Lordship and Landscape, Norfolk –,British Academy Social and Economic History, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Lordship and landscape in Norfolk The early records of Holkham, eds. ~THatcher, Coal industo', Historiographical essay William Hassall and Jacques Beauroy (Oxford: Clarendon Press for the British Academy, ; ISBN 0 19 4; 5).Cited by: 9. Records of Social and Economic History, New Series, 19 () Hassall, W.; Beauroy, J. eds., Lordship and Landscape in Norfolk, The Early Records of Holkham, Records of Social and Economic History, New Series, 20 () Kirk, J. ed., The Books of Assumption of the Thirds of Benefices: Scottish Ecclesiastical Rentals. Primary Source Reprints. A guide to books and book sets that reprint primary sources. Lordship and Landscape in Norfolk, Lower Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in Late-Medieval England: The Courts of the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln, , and the Deanery of Wisbech, The Letter Book of Joseph Symson of Kendal, Lordship and Landscape in Norfolk, The Early Records of Holkham by William Hassall, Jacques Beauroy The Early Records of Holkham by William Hassall, Jacques Beauroy (pp. ).