By Toni Mount
A distinctive photo is collected from unique assets resembling chronicles, manor courtroom rolls, coroners’ rolls and the files of urban councils. We examine not just of the royals and nobles of reliable historical past but in addition the quarrels of a miscellany of characters, together with William and Christopher of York, Nalle Kittewritte who stole her neighbours’ washing, and Margery from Hereford who was once murdered through an Oxford scholar. the area during which they laboured, enjoyed and lived is vividly reimagined, in the future at a time.
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