Re: [sig] Peasants
> Hi:There's some information in these two books:
> I'm trying to research peasants in the Slavic area during the middle ages,
> but there aren't a lot of sources out there. Does anyone know of any good
> ones? I'm looking for everyday life material.
Economy, Society and Lordship in Medieval Poland: 1100-1250. Pyotr
Gorecki. (NY: Holmes & Meier, 1992
Land, Liberties and Lordship in a Late Medieval Countryside: Agrarian
Structures and Change in the Duchy of Wroclaw. Richard C. Hoffman.
(Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 1989)
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"R.J. Clarke" <tor_brant_web@h...> wrote:
>it, but you
> Try this web site. I have not yet wandered all teh way through
> never know...