By Philip Slavin
Despite elevated commercialization and an effective community of neighborhood markets in 1300s Europe—as good as major expenditures and hazards linked to the creation, transportation, and garage of food—some landed lords, monasteries, and convents endured to depend upon the produce in their personal estates. This exact research units out to account for the complicated scenario, protecting the interval among 1260 and 1536, with an in-depth research of the altering styles and fortunes of the provisioning of Norwich Cathedral Priory. because it examines the total means of foodstuff supply from box to desk, the list explores the query of nutrients defense in the context of a number of the crises within the 14th century, and likewise illustrates the aftereffects of the Black dying. even supposing delivering exceptional perception into the Priory, the e-book additionally serves as a huge source on realizing the overdue heart a while financial system of britain and society in the course of a time of upheaval.
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30 As we shall see later, this grain came from both the local market and the manors appropriated to the office of the almoner. The hosteler (hostilarius) was attached to the guest hall and looked after visitors. 33 The precentor (precentorius) shared some liturgical duties with the sacrist, but his main responsibilities were to train the boys’ choir and to arrange festive processions. 36 Obviously, the monks were not the only inhabitants of the priory. Three more groups should be noted: labourers receiving their annual stipend, servants (famuli) and occasional guests.
18 While the sources do not reveal if the reliance on this very specific network of grain suppliers was a deliberate and conscientious policy of the priory authorities, it is likely that these choices may have been rewarding. In effect, the three groups, despite their different socio-economic standings and backgrounds, had one thing in common: they can all be 10. NRO, DCN 1/1/71. 11. NRO, DCN 1/1/71. 12. NRO, DCN 1/1/87. 13. NRO, DCN 1/1/76. 14. NRO, DCN 1/1/87. 15. NRO, DCN 1/1/87. 16. NRO, DCN 1/1/82.
H. Britnell,‘Avantagium Mercatoris: a custom in medieval English trade’, Nottingham Medieval Studies, 24 (1980), pp. 37–50. 3. NRO, DCN 1/1/4–12. 1 Grain market of Norwich Cathedral Priory, 1279–98. Source: NRO, DCN 1/1/4–12. 6 miles to the west of the priory) to Great Yarmouth (20 miles to the east of the priory). 5 miles. The majority of the grain hubs were situated in the eastern part of Norfolk and, somewhat surprisingly, not in the immediate hinterland of Norwich. 1). This is not to overestimate, however, the importance of the Norwich grain market (forum frumenti), whose share accounted for only 6 per cent of all purchases.