By K. L. Wood-Legh
Stories in Church lifestyles in England below Edward III was once first released in 1934 as a part of the Cambridge reviews in Medieval existence and idea sequence. Wood-Legh has selected 5 themes of church background which often take place within the Patent Rolls of Edward III. Chancery records have been useful resources of knowledge on points of the medieval church, yet had seldom been systematically studied via church historians sooner than this. The 5 essays disguise royal management of non secular homes, the visitation of hospitals, the appliance of the Statute of Mortmain, chantry chapels, and the appropriation of parish church buildings through non secular homes. All of those subject matters are then with regards to 3 topics, public opinion of the church, the results of the Black loss of life at the church, and the connection among the church and imperative govt. The booklet is a best instance of the way administrative assets can make clear all features of historical past.