Campbell, Bruce M.S. English Seigniorial Agriculture, 1250-1450. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000).
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Table of Contents
List of Figures
List of Tables
Preface and Acknowledgments
Weights, Measures, Values, and Boundaries
1. Introduction: Agriculture and the Late-Medieval English Economy
2. Sources, Databases, and Typology
3. The Scale and Composition of the Seigniorial Sector
4. Seigniorial Pastoral Production
5. Seigniorial Arable Production
6. Crop Specialisation and Cropping Systems
7. Arable Productivity
8. Grain Output and Production: A Conundrum
9.Adapting to Change: English Seigniorial Agriculture
Appendix 1: Demesne-Level Classification of Husbandry Types
Appendix 2: Demesne Represented in the Norfolk Accounts Database
Appendix 3: Demesne Represented in the FTC Accounts Databases