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Anna Hallett also discusses the motives behind the foundation of almshouses, who was admitted, how they were expected to live their lives, and the rules regarding dress as well as behaviour.

Anna Hallett also discusses the motives behind the foundation of almshouses, who was admitted, how they were expected to live their lives, and the rules regarding dress as well as behaviour. Whilst some refuges stipulated that only good, quiet and sober people ould be admitted (certainly no drunkards, beggars or harlots), others were designed for a particular regional or social group such as clergymen's widows or retired seafarers.

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Almshouses by Anna Hallett. Anna Hallett has lectured for a wide range of educational institutions including the Open University. A Shire Book first published in 2004. Price inc. postage and packing). Her interest in almshouses started in the Netherlands, where she was born, and has continued in Britain, where she has enjoyed discovering the many fascinating examples to be found in the most unlikely places. Enjoy this historical tour with her and the numerous colour photographs and illustrations.

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Almshouses were originally conceived in the medieval period as places where the needy could receive physical and spiritual care and were frequently linked to, or termed, hospitals. Founded by religious institutions, royalty, the aristocracy, professionals, businessmen, even women and foreigners, they have taken many different physical, architectural and social forms over the centuries. Almshouses is a concise history of the origins and development of these charming buildings with lots of colour photographs of surviving examples reflecting the enormous range of architectural types and settings. Anna Hallett also discusses the motives behind the foundation of almshouses, who was admitted, how they were expected to live their lives, and the rules regarding dress as well as behaviour. Whilst some refuges stipulated that only good, quiet and sober people ould be admitted (certainly no drunkards, beggars or harlots), others were designed for a particular regional or social group such as clergymen's widows or retired seafarers. Includes a list of places to visit and additional reading.
Almshouses (Shire Library) download epub
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Author: Anna Hallett
ISBN: 0747805830
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Shire Publications (March 4, 2008)
Pages: 64 pages