THE YEAR 1000, What Life was Like at the Turn of the First Millennium, An Englishman's World,

By: Robert Lacey & Danny

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THE YEAR 1000, What Life was Like at the Turn of the First Millennium, An Englishman's World, by Robert Lacey & Danny Danziger
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Little, Brown & Co, London - reprint edition ISBN:0316643750, 1999. hardcover, 5¾" x 8½", with dust jacket. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers, barcode etc and lean to spine. GOOD book in GOOD unclipped dust jacket. This is a vivid and surprising portrait of life in England a thousand years ago - no spinach, no sugar, but a world which already knew brain surgeons and property developers, and, yes, even the occasional gossip columnist. The authors' research led them to an ancient and little-known document of the period, the Julius Work Calendar, a sharply observed guide which takes us back in time to a charming and very human world of kings and revellers, saints and slave-labourers, lingering paganism and profound Christain faith

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