The reader can only be impressed by the range of material in the volume. * THE MEDIEVAL REVIEW *
Christopher Harper-Bill is Professor of Medieval History at the University of East Anglia.
Introduction - Christopher Harper-Bill Explaining Regional Landscapes: East Anglia and the Midlands in the Middle Ages - Tom Williamson The Castle Landscapes of Anglo-Norman East Anglia: A Regional Perspective - Robert E Liddiard Imagining the Unchanging Land: East Anglians Represent their Landscape, 1350-1500 - P. Maddern Understanding the Urban Environment: Archaeological Approaches to Medieval Norwich - Brian Ayers Lawyers and Administrators: The Clerks of Late Thirteenth-Century Norwich - Elizabeth Rutledge Financial Reform in Late Medieval Norwich: Evidence from an Urban Cartulary - Penny Dunn A Little Local Difficulty: Lynn and the Lancastrian Usurpation - Kate Parker Health and Safety at Work in Late Medieval East Anglia - Carole Rawcliffe Hundreds and Leets: A Survey with Suggestions - J Campbell The Rebellion of 1075 and its Impact in East Anglia - Lucy Marten East Anglian Politics and Society in the Fifteenth Century: Reflections, 1956-2003 - Colin Richmond Twelfth-Century East Anglian Canons: A Monastic Life? - T M Colk `Leave my Virginity Alone': The Cult of St Margaret of Antioch in Norwich: In Pursuit of a Pragmatic Piety - Carole Hill Swaffham Parish Church: Community Building in Fifteenth-Century Norfolk - T A Heslop Battling Bishops: Late Fourteenth-Century Episcopal Masculinity Admired and Decried - A E Oliver Social Contexts of the East Anglian Saint Play: The Digby Mary Magdalene and the Late Medieval Hospital? - Theresa Coletti Devotion to Drama: The N-Town Play and Religious Observance in Fifteenth-Century East Anglia - Penny Granger Two Travellers' Tales - Sarah Salih