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" Winchester manors in the second half of the thirteenth and the first half of the fourteenth centuries was at least as high, and probably much higher, than the mortality in any other preindustrial society whose evidence is available to us. "
The Cambridge History of Scandinavia - Page 598
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Remarks on secular & domestic architecture, present & future

Sir George Gilbert Scott - 1857 - 285 pages
...elaboration. I have never, in the domestic architecture of the best periods of mediaeval art, — the latter half of the thirteenth and the first half of the fourteenth centuries, — seen what would be called rich external decoration, otherwise than sparingly used for a few special...
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Augustin Dupré, and His Work for America: Remarks Made Before the ...

William Sumner Appleton - 1890 - 6 pages
...First, that the best architecture in Europe arose during the lifetime of Dante, or during the last half of the thirteenth and the first half of the fourteenth centuries. It was then that the Rouen and Cologne Cathedrals, the Duomo at Florence, and the Ducal Palace in Venice,...
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Modern English Prose Writers

Frank Preston Stearns - 1897 - 344 pages
...First, that the best architecture in Europe arose during the lifetime of Dante, or during the last half of the thirteenth and the first half of the fourteenth centuries. It was then that the Rouen and Cologne Cathedrals, the Duomo at Florence, and the Ducal Palace in Venice,...
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Modern English Prose Writers

Frank Preston Stearns - 1897 - 344 pages
...First, that the best architecture in Europe arose during the lifetime of Dante, or during the last half of the thirteenth and the first half of the fourteenth centuries. It was then that the Rouen and Cologne Cathedrals, the Duomo at Florence, and the Ducal Palace in Venice,...
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The History of Early Italian Literature to the Death of Dante

Adolfo Gaspary - 1901 - 414 pages
...productions is to be noted much earlier. The longer Italian allegorical poems, which were composed in the second half of the thirteenth, and the first half of the fourteenth century, plainly stand in ' close relation to them. Brunetto Latini's " Tesoretto " shows the French...
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Old-French Titles of Respect in Direct Address

William Averill Stowell - 1903 - 237 pages
...authors of those texts of archaic titles found in the works that served as their models.2 In works of the second half of the thirteenth and the first half of the fourteenth centuries from the West and North, frans horn in the meaning, ' a man noble in character,' is used by nobles...
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Old-French Titles of Respect in Direct Address

William Averill Stowell - 1908 - 237 pages
...still continued to be used as a title for women of the nobility. 4 See examples cited from texts of the second half of the thirteenth and the first half of the fourteenth centuriei, in which ma dame is written as one word. 4 Bele soon became a colorless epithet added to...
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Essays on Medieval Agriculture and General Problems of the Medieval Economy

Michael Moïssey Postan - 1973 - 302 pages
...population between 1890 to 1920. There is thus very little doubt that the mortality on the Winchester manors in the second half of the thirteenth and the first half of the fourteenth centuries was at least as high, and probably much higher, than the mortality in any other pre-industrial society...
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Mediaeval Trade and Finance

M. M. Postan - 2002 - 392 pages
...instrument, and in the later Middle Ages when various forms of informal bonds came into use. It was in the second half of the thirteenth and the first half of the fourteenth century that official enrolments in the shape of recognisances were most commonly used for the recording...
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Tamerlane and the Jews

Michael Shterenshis - 2002 - 166 pages
...Central Asia was a part of Chagatai ulus, and Chagatai (Jagatai) was a son of Chingiz Khan. During the second half of the thirteenth and the first half of the fourteenth centuries the Mongol ruling class and its Turkish troops gradually assimilated with the original inhabitants...
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