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The decline of the ‘military paradigm’ in European castle studies is encouraging a host of new approaches that are emphasising the place of private fortification within the medieval landscape and the agency of lordship in its transformation. Yet research is dominated by regionally and nationally...
The history of settlements in Catalonia during medieval times bears a strong resemblance to that of other Mediterranean European countries. The origins of these medieval settlements can be traced to when Roman villae were abandoned during the Visigothic times. The work done so far proves that,...
The paper gives a survey of settlement patterns and field systems in Norway c. 800–1500 A.D. based on archaeological evidence and contemporary written sources. As topography and climate varies considerably in a country that stretches across 13 degrees of latitude, the agricultural conditions...
In the years 1718–1721, a large part of the crown-held farmland in Färentuna county was sold into private ownership and the land was transformed into taxable property. This privatisation of farmland was a beginning towards the more modern, large-scale and market-oriented agriculture that was to...
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