Campbell, Bruce M.S. and Ken Bartley. England on the Eve of the Black Death: An Atlas of Lay Lordship, Land and Wealth, 1300-49 (New York: Manchester University Press, 2006).
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Table of Contents
List of Tables
List of Graphs
List of Maps
Note on Counties, Values and Areas
2. How the Maps Have Been Created
3. The IPMs as a Source
4. Regional Traits
5. Common Rights
6. Estates, Manors, and Demesnes
7. The Demesne: Messuages and Buildings
8. The Demesne: Minor Land Uses and Food Sources
9. The Demesne: Major Land Uses
10. The Demesne: Unit Land Values
11. The Demesne: Land-Use Types
12. The Demesne: Husbandry Types
13. The Demesne: Agricultural Types
14. Rent and Services
15. Seigniorial Courts and Their Revenues
17. Commerce and Trade
18. Lay Wealth and Taxpayers in 1327, 1332, and 1334
Appendix 1: Coding Scheme of IPM Database
Appendix 2: 1327 and 1332 Lay Subsidies: Documentary Reference Numbers, Public Record Office, London
Index of Peoples, Places, Sources, and Events