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This list of early medieval watermills comprises a selection of European watermills spanning the early Middle Ages, from 500 to 1000 AD. Largely unaffected from the turbulent political events following the demise of the Western Roman Empire, the impo. Largely unaffected from the turbulent political events following the demise of the Western Roman Empire, the importance of watermilling continued to grow under the new Germanic lords
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The Journal of Economic History. New York: Basil Blackwell, 1988.
Richard Holt, The Mills of Medieval England, Chaps. 1, "English Society Before and After the Coming of Industry". Wallace, Rockdale, Chapter IV, pp. 124-164.
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Whilst Richard I is one of medieval England’s most famous kings he is also the most controversial. Professor Andrew Holt has been asking medievalists for their "top-ten" lists of "most important books on the crusades"- check them out here! apholt. He has variously been considered a great warrior but a poor king, a man driven by the quest for fame and glory but also lacking in self-discipline and prone to throwing away the short-term advantages that his military successes brought him. In this reassessment W. B. Bartlett looks at his deeds and achievements in a new light. Historians Rank the Most Important Books on the Crusades.
This book investigates the common medieval belief that magic could cause .
This book investigates the common medieval belief that magic could cause impotence. This book should be regarded as a sequel to his earlier work, Wind, Water, Work: Ancient and Medieval Milling Technology. Although he sees the motivation for monastic interest in mills as complex and as varying over time, his own theory, which largely dismisses any idea of monastic care for their tenants, also explains why he avoids some works that one might otherwise expect to find, such as Joshua Getzler’s A History of Water Rights at Common Law (Oxford University Press, 2004).