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by Sheila Sancha

Download The Luttrell Village: Country Life in the Middle Ages ePub
  • ISBN 0690043244
  • ISBN13 978-0690043242
  • Language English
  • Author Sheila Sancha
  • Publisher Thomas Y. Crowell; 1st edition (March 1, 1983)
  • Formats txt docx lrf mbr
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Anthropology
  • Size ePub 1538 kb
  • Size Fb2 1825 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 204

Traces a year in the Lincolnshire village of Gerneham, from ploughing through sowing, harvesting, and threshing, with illustrations of village life inspired by the fourteenth-century Luttrell Psalter.

I found myself poring over the extensive pen-and-ink drawings, not wanting to miss a single detail. Some things I've read about for 20 years are finally made clear here.

The Luttrell Village book. Where "Walter Dragun's Town" was about commercial life in a busy medieval town, "The Luttrell Village - Country Life in the Middle Ages" details village life in the 14th century. As usual with the Ms. Sancha's work, the pictures alone are worthy of considerable study and the text only adds to and clarifies the detail.

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To adult medievalists, the name Luttrell immediately conjures up The Luttrell Psalter, and it's that 14th-century manuscript .

To adult medievalists, the name Luttrell immediately conjures up The Luttrell Psalter, and it's that 14th-century manuscript that Sancha has drawn upon to introduce us to Gerneham village (as it was then called) ""on a cold winter's morning in the year 1328. Without seeming to be making a point, Sancha lets us know that Sir Geoffrey Luttrell is the possessor, as well as the master, of virtually all we behold; most impressively, he travels with his household of a hundred or so from one to another of his five estates-staying at Gerneham ""until the fish-ponds, deer park, rabbit warren anti pigeon-cote were thinning out, and the barns were empty.

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Water
The wonderful book is based on solid research, archeological digs and the prayer book's pictures of daily life in a medieval village. This is how much of the world lived at one time or another complete with rich landlord and hard work. But life could be enjoyable for most had a place in society though the distribution was anything but equal. But the lord of the manor provided a real service to the village in defending it from invaders, though who will watch the watchers was no small issue. The church did provide a balance to the secular power of the lord reminding all there was a higher power who ruled over all. This is after all the foundation of the modern and post-modern world.
Thetalas
I really enjoyed this book. In my research of Middle Ages books for youth, I found specialty books (castles, costumes, calendar, foods), and big overviews (everything about the Middle Ages), but no other book like this: one village that really existed -- and all the people who lived, worked and traveled through there. I found myself poring over the extensive pen-and-ink drawings, not wanting to miss a single detail. Some things I've read about for 20 years are finally made clear here. I first borrowed this book from the library, but I liked it so much that I went to Amazon Marketplace and bought myself a copy!
Highly recommended for grades 6-12.
Kazimi
The illustrations were beautiful and detailed with lots of education embedded in them. Wonderful way of communicating the history of daily life in the middle ages.