3 edition of England 1200-1640 found in the catalog.
Geoffrey Rudolph Elton
1969 by The Sources of history Ltd. in association with Hodder and Stoughton in [London] .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by G.R. Elton.|
|Series||The Sources of history: studies in the uses of historical evidence|
|LC Classifications||DA176 E4 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||255 p. --|
|Number of Pages||255|
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ENGLAND,at (). For a general survey of the current state of knowledge, see Jones, Relations of the Two Jurisdictions: Con-flict and Cooperation in England During the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries, 7 STUDIES IN MEDIEVAL AND RENAissANcE HIsTORY 79.
9 G. Elton, England The Sources of History (London, ), pp. ; J. Guy, ‘Wolsey’s Star Chamber: a Study in Archival Reconstruction’, Journal of the Society of Archivists, 5/3 (), pp. 10 ‘Dark’ in the sense of secretive. Francis Bacon, The History of the Reign of King Henry VII, ed. Vickers (Cambridge.
Elton, England (Ithaca, ) 8. There is a certain anachronism, of course, in the use of the phrase 'criminal law' to describe the medieval jurisdiction of the royal courts over pleas of the crown or felonies.
See generally, A. Harding, A Social History of English Law (Baltimore, ) 10 In this context, the term “honest men” seems to refer both to loyalty to the state and to social place. This bears some similarities to the recent reassessment of consent and denunciation in Nazi Germany.
Robert Gellately's work on the Gestapo suggests that they experienced many of the same problems as those faced by magistrates searching into seditious speech in Tudor by: 8. The kingdom of England emerged from the gradual unification of the early medieval Anglo-Saxon kingdoms known as the Heptarchy: East Anglia, Mercia, Northumbria, Kent, Essex, Sussex, and Viking invasions of the 9th century upset the balance of power between the English kingdoms, and native Anglo-Saxon life in general.
The English lands were unified in the 10th century. A Discourse of Trade from England unto the East Indies  in Early English Tracts on Commerce, ed.
McCulloch, Cambridge, pp. 1–47 Murdoch, Iris (). The Sovereignty of Good, LondonCited by: Author of England under the Tudors, Reformation Europe,Studies in Tudor and Stuart Politics and Government, The practice of history, The Tudor constitution, The Tudor revolution in government, England,Political history.
Elton, The Sources of History, Studies in the use of Historical Evidence: England, (London, ). Higham (née Evans), The Principal Secretary of State: A Survey of the Office from to (Manchester, ).
Kynaston, The Secretary of State (Lavenham,). of narrative style and discussion of a book-length study of Professor Elton's Elton, England) The Sources of History (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, ), Also Political History (New York: Basic Books, ), The Sixteenth Century Journal.
Elton, G.R., England (London ; The sources of history) - with a succinct introduction to legal sources. Hand, G.J., English law in Ireland (Cambridge ). Harding, A., Social history of English law (Harmondsworth ).
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GR Elton, The Sources of History: England (Hodder & Stoughton, ) Understanding Early Modern Primary Sources, ed. by Laura Sangha and Jonathan. Academic Books Click on series to see whole list Literature and Language in Early-Modern England.
Marguerite Rogers Howie, African American Woman Sociologist. SOCIAL GEOGRAPHIES IN ENGLAND () SOCIAL PROPRIETIES: Social Relations in Early-Modern England. GERMS ON OUR MIND: The Psychology of Contagion.
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In the early 11th century the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms, united by Æthelstan (r. –), became part of the North Sea Empire of Cnut Flag: Royal Arms, (–). King John’s expedition to Ireland, the evidence reconsidered.
Seán Duffy. Irish Historical Studies, v, n. () The valiant efforts of certain professional historians to redeem the reputation of King John of England have had a limited impact on the public imagination: there he remains a cruel tyrant, the oppressor of his subjects’ liberty.The paper finds that the core prediction of the Malthusian model is borne out empirically for pre-industrial England Population was seemingly the sole determinant of living standards Author: Maebh Harding.England, Oct 6, 10/ by Elton, G.
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