Popular religion in Norwich with special reference to the evidence of wills, 1370-1532
The thesis covers new ground in several ways. It is over two hundred years ago that Blomefield first published his monumental survey of Norwich. Since then much work has been done on individual aspects of the Church in late medieval Norwich. However, no attempt had been made to synthesize these later researches. This thesis tries to make the synthesis.
Blomefield used wills extensively in his survey of the Church in Norwich. He used them, almost exclusively, as evidence that variou...Expand abstract
- Publication date:
- Type of award:
- Level of award:
- Awarding institution:
- University of Oxford
- Source identifiers:
- Copyright holder:
- Tanner, N. P.
- Copyright date:
- The digital copy of this thesis has been made available thanks to the generosity of Dr Leonard Polonsky
If you are the owner of this record, you can report an update to it here: Report update to this record