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development of the drinking house in later medieval London (c.1200-1520)

Claudia Walker

development of the drinking house in later medieval London (c.1200-1520)

by Claudia Walker

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Published by [Claudia Walker] in [UK] .
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Thesis (M.A.) - Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London, 1991.

StatementClaudia Walker.
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Open LibraryOL19450899M

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  1. Introduction. Medieval historians have recognised the importance of the study of diet and nutrition and its link with medieval society relatively early on (e.g.).Today's understanding of diet in the Middle Ages is therefore largely based on written sources, although more and more new evidence is contributed by the disciplines of medieval and environmental archaeology (e.g.). drink, an alehouse (in English usage anyway) served both drink and food, and an inn provided lodgings in addition to food and drink. Le Poulet Gauche is in fact a small inn, with a common room serving both food and drink, a few sleeping rooms upstairs, a yard, and a small stable. It has a small kitchen garden and a few chickens out back.

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Inwe put together a map showing the London area in Anglo Saxon times (roughly speaking, AD).It's pieced together from many resources, showing our guess at. The leading taverners in larger towns were themselves vintners or acted as agents for vintners.

The Vintner's Company of London, for instance, secured an essential monopoly of the retail trade in the city in A tavern of the later Medieval period might be imagined as a fairly substantial building of several rooms and a generous cellar.

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