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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Sybil M. Jack
    Pages 34-45
  3. Sybil M. Jack
    Pages 46-69
  4. Sybil M. Jack
    Pages 70-90
  5. Sybil M. Jack
    Pages 91-118
  6. Sybil M. Jack
    Pages 119-138
  7. Sybil M. Jack
    Pages 139-158
  8. Sybil M. Jack
    Pages 159-184
  9. Sybil M. Jack
    Pages 185-198
  10. Sybil M. Jack
    Pages 199-203
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 204-236

About this book

Introduction

Why should one study urban history? Were towns the precipitating element for change in the human way of life? By examining in turn various aspects of urban history in the period 1500-1700 this book attempts to examine recent historical ideas about towns in Britain. Was the urban system in Britain a relative failure or a comparative success? What changes took place in the level of urbanization in Britain? What were the dynamics of change? What explains the appearance of new towns and the decline of once flourishing settlements? Was the growing size of some towns fuelled by new or considerably altered functions? Towns in Tudor and Stuart Britain provides students with a wide range of material on a fascinating subject.

Keywords

Britain history kingdom

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