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Seals and Society : Medieval Wales, the Welsh Marches and their English Border Region.

Author: Dr S M Johns; Professor Phillipp Schofield; Dr E A New
Publisher: Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Seals and Society offers a new perspective on the history of medieval Wales and its periphery by addressing a variety of themes in terms of the insight that seals can offer the historian.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
History
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Johns, Dr. S.M.
Seals and Society : Medieval Wales, the Welsh Marches and their English Border Region.
Cardiff : University of Wales Press, ©2016
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dr S M Johns; Professor Phillipp Schofield; Dr E A New
ISBN: 9781783168736 1783168730 9781783168750 1783168757
OCLC Number: 952247578
Description: 1 online resource (568 pages)
Contents: Introduction Elizabeth A. New and Phillipp R. SchofieldChapter 1: Seals in medieval Wales and its neighbouring counties: trends in motifs John McEwanChapter 2. Seals: administration and law Phillipp R. Schofield Chapter 3. Seals and exchange Phillipp R. SchofieldChapter 4: Ecclesiastical SealsElizabeth A. NewChapter 5: Seals and lordship Susan M. JohnsChapter 6: Seals, women and identitySusan M. JohnsChapter 7: Seals as expressions of identity Elizabeth A. NewConclusion Elizabeth A. New and Phillipp R. SchofieldAppendixElizabeth A. New, John McEwan and Phillipp R. SchofieldBibliography

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'This is a fine achievement. Emanating from the Seals in Medieval Wales project, it shines new light on all aspects of sigillographic study, from design and motifs, symbolism, iconography, fashion Read more...

 
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