Class, Community and Culture in Tudor Wales

Edited by Gwynfor Williams

Class, Community and Culture in Tudor Wales
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Edited by Gwynfor Williams

Distributed for University of Wales Press

299 pages | 8-2/5 x 5-3/5
Cloth $52.50 ISBN: 9780708310311 Published July 1989 For sale in North and South America, Australia, and New Zealand only
This volume examines some key issues in the social history of Wales in the Tudor period, and is written by a number of acknowledged experts on Tudor Wales. These fascinating studies will be indispensable to all students of Tudor History.
Book News from Wales

“The volume admirably succeeds in the declared aim of covering some of the major aspects of the social and economic structure of Wales following the Tudor Settlement of the 1530's. Many of the essays incorporate new research findings and will be of interest to students and specialists alike...J. Gwynfor Jones is to be congratulated on assembling this useful and enjoyable collection of essays...” –Book News from Wales

Contents
Change and Continuity: The Gentry and the Property of the Church in south-east Wales and the Marches - Madeleine Gray
 
Everyday Life in the Houses of the Gentry - Enid Roberts
 
Schooling and Society -William P. Griffith
 
Concepts of Order and Gentility - J. Gwynfor Jones
 
'Let Use be Preferred to Uniformity.' Domestic Architecture - Eurwyn Wiliam
 
'Very Wealthy By Merchandise'? Urban Fortunes - Matthew Griffiths
 
The Lower Orders in Society - Brian E. Howells
 
Crime and the Community in Denbighshire During the Fifteen-nineties: the Evidence of the Records of the Court of Great Sessions - Nia M. W. Powell.
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