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By Christopher Dyer

ISBN-10: 0198221665

ISBN-13: 9780198221661

ISBN-10: 019921526X

ISBN-13: 9780199215263

Christopher Dyer examines the transition within the economic system and society of britain among 1250 and 1550. utilizing new resources of facts, he demonstrates that very important structural adjustments after 1350 equipped at the advertisement development of the 13th century. He indicates that improvement of person estate, reaction to new intake styles, and use of credits and funding, got here from the peasantry instead of the aristocracy. An Age of Transition?, an important new paintings by way of a best medievalist, finds how England was once set heading in the right direction to develop into the 'first business nation'.

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