The Other Economy: Pastoral Husbandry on a Medieval Estate

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Description This study returns to the traditional genre of medieval-estate studies to explore such missing links, emphasizing, in particular, the study of pastoral resources. The rich literature on seigneurial agriculture notwithstanding, historians know little about the local use of resources by agrarian institutions.
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