Roles of the sea in medieval England
A fresh assessment of seaborne activity around England in the later middle ages, offering a fresh perspective on its rich maritime heritage.
Print Book, English, 2012
Boydell Press, Woodbridge, 2012
VIII, 194 p. ; 24 cm
Roles of the Sea: Views from the Shore - Richard GorskiChanges in Ship Design and Construction: England in the European Mould - Richard W. UngerThe Value of the Cinque Ports to the Crown 1200-1500 - Susan RoseThe Contribution of the Cinque Ports to the Wars of Edward II and Edward III: New Methodologies and Estimates - Craig LambertKeeping the Seas: England's Admirals, 1369-1389 - David SimpkinThe Cost-Benefit Analysis of a Fourteenth-Century Naval Campaign: Margate/Cadzand, 1387 - Tony K. MoorePiracy and Anglo-Hanseatic Relations, 1385-1420 - Marcus Pitcaithly'Herring of Sligo and Salmon of Bann': Bristol's Maritime Trade with Ireland in the Fifteenth Century - Tim BowlyHow much did the Sea matter in Medieval England [c.1200-c.1500]? - Ian Friel