The English peasantry and the demands of the crown, 1294-1341 by John Robert Maddicott

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Published by Past and Present Society in Oxford [Eng.] .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Great Britain

Subjects:

  • Taxation -- Great Britain -- History,
  • Peasantry -- Great Britain -- History,
  • Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1154-1399

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Includes bibliographical references.

Book details

StatementJ. R. Maddicott.
SeriesPast and present : Supplement ;, 1
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHJ2603 .M33
The Physical Object
Pagination75 p. ;
Number of Pages75
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4943464M
LC Control Number76371015

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Maddicott; Family, land and the village community in later medieval England Zvi Razi; Pages: A fellow of the British Academy, he was also joint editor of the English Historical Review from to Selected publications.

Thomas of Lancaster, A Study in the Reign of Edward II. (Oxford, ) "The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown, ", Past and Present.

Vol Supplement No. 1 ()Authority control: BIBSYS:BNF:. Maddicott,The English peasantry and the demands of the crown, By Jean-Philippe Genet Publisher: PERSÉE: Université de Lyon, CNRS & ENS de LyonAuthor: Jean-Philippe Genet. The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown, – by J. Maddicott The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown, – by J.

Maddicott (pp. Such conditions can lay t he groundwork for immiseration. Historically, the growing demands of the English crown on the peasantry certainly produced immiserating conditions: John Robert Maddicott, The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown, – The articles in this book, reprinted from the journal Past and Present, are all, in different ways, concerned with the ownership of landed property in medieval England and with those who worked the land.

Problems debated include those concerning the keeping intact of the great estates of the Anglo-Norman barons in the face of both inheritance claims and of political manipulation by the crown.

Landlords, Peasants and Politics in Medieval England by T. Aston,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The failure of the crown to maintain its hold over territory in France and to defend the coasts The English peasantry and the demands of the crown England, the tendency to bow to pressure from the landed classes and restrict the economic and legal rights of the peasantry, and the outrageous and inequitable taxes of the s, culminating in the commissions to enforce the poll tax in the.

Maddicott, ‘The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown, –’, in T. Aston (ed.), Landlords, Peasants and Politics in Medieval England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ) pp.

– Google Scholar. The taxes paid by the people of Yalding is based on information in J. Maddicott's book The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown (Past & Present, ) and H. Bennett's Life on the English Manor (Cambridge, ). The details of labour service is based on those of Cuxham in Oxfordshire and Downton in Wiltshire.

These demands, the "Articles of the Barons," were submitted to the king in rough draft after the rebels occupied three cities, most significantly London. A few years later, after being edited and amplified by the then-Archbishop of Canterbury, the Articles would come to be known as the Magna Carta.

Past and Present Supplements i. MADDICOTT, The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown 75 pp. PRICE. ($ American. Notes 1 The foregoing discussion on taxation, purveyance and military obligations is summarized from J. Maddicott, “The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown, ,” Past and Present (), which is worth reading in full.

The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown Past and Present: Supplement 1. Oxford: The Past and Present Society, McKisack, May. The Fourteenth Century Oxford: Clarendon Press, Mollat, Michel.

The Poor in the Middle Ages. Trans. Arthur Goldhammer. New Haven: Yale UP, Footnotes 1 E. Miller, ‘War, Taxation and the English Economy in the Late Thirteenth and Early Fourteenth Centuries’, in J. Winter, ed. War and Economic Development (Cambridge, ); J. Maddicott, ‘The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown, ‐’, Past and Present, supp.

1 (). 2 M. Postan, Essays on Medieval Agriculture and General Problems of the. J R Maddicott J. Maddicott, " The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown, –, " in Landlords, Peasants and Politics in Medieval England, ed.

Aston (Cambridge. The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown,Past and Present Supplement 1 (Oxford, ). Maddicott, J. R., 'Parliament and the Constituencies, ', in The English Parliament in the Middle Ages, ed.

Davies & J. Denton (Manchester, ). Though the book opens with politics and war, nearly half the book is given over to an analysis of English society with chapters dealing with nobility, gentry, urban society, trade, crime and the peasantry. The articles in this book, reprinted from the journal Past and towards a reassessment / John Hatcher --The English peasantry and the demands of the crown / J.R.

Maddicott The English peasantry and the demands of the crown \/ J.R. Maddicott -- Family, land and the village community in later medieval. The Black Death of had so decimated the English population that the few able-bodied workers available were able to command high wages from their employers (Saul, 59).

In response, the upper classes, with the support of the government, enacted a series of measures adverse to the interests of the peasantry. 2 J. Willard, Parliamentary Taxes on Personal Property A Study in Mediaeval English Financial Administration (Cambridge, MA, ), ; J.

Maddicott, ‘The English Peasantry and the demands of the Crown. The crux of Krug’s argument is the need to re-evaluate J. Maddicott’s seminal study, “The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown ,” which posits “the notion of a homogeneous English peasantry and fails to address the economic diversity of the class” ().

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Search this site: Humanities. Architecture and Environmental Design; Art History. Although the Magna Carta itself made no requests on behalf of the peasantry, in its structure the outlines of modern democratic reform are plainly visible. Among other things, it demanded limits on the ability of the crown to levy taxes; protection of the rights of the church; the guarantee of swift justice; and a ban on unjust imprisonment.

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The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown – (P&P Supplement 1, ), reprinted in Landlords, Peasants and Politics in Medieval. Using new sources of evidence, he demonstrates that important structural changes after built on the commercial growth of the thirteenth century.

He shows that development of individual property, response to new consumption patterns, and use of credit and investment, came from the peasantry. When Adam Delved and Eve Span is an introductory history of the inspirational English peasant rising of The book recounts, against the backdrop of 14th century England - including the daily struggle of peasants for food and justice and the devastation wrought by the Black Death - the events of the Peasants' Revolt, both in London and in the regions, conveying their breathtaking speed and.

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–– ‘The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown, –’, P&P Supplement, i (), repr. in T.H. Aston, ed., Landlords, Peasants and Politics in Medieval England (Cambridge, ), pp.

– –– ‘Law and Lordship: Royal Justices as Retainers in Thirteenth- and Fourteenth-Century England’, P&P Supplement, iv ().

Life In A Medieval Village Summary. * J.R. Maddicott, The English Peasantry and the Demands of the Crown,Past and Present Rodney H.

Hilton, The English Peasantry in the Later Middle Ages: The Ford Lectures for Calendar of Letter-Books Preserved Among the Archives of the City of London at the Guildhall: Letter-Book G., c.A.D. Crown and Church In the first two sections of this book, an attempt has been made to show in the various combinations of those influences that the diverse experience of the English peasantry in the high and late Middle Ages is to be explained.

Having explored that diversity and considered the range of factors which could and did play. However, the situation did not improve for the peasantry in all parts of Europe. While the Swedish peasantry found themselves empowered, the experience of the English peasantry .Robin Hood, English tax returns, and women medieval traders, to his masterful A Medieval Society, The W est Midlands at the End of the Thirteenth Century [ Hilton, ], his widely read book.Each year at this time somebody in the right-libertarian world, reenacting an obligatory Thanksgiving ritual, drags out the old chestnut about the Pilgrims at Plymouth almost starving from “communism” until private property rights and capitalism saved them.

This year John Stossel (“We Should Be Thankful for Private Property,” Reason, Nov. 27) gets the honors.

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