6 edition of English hospital 1070-1570 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-298) and index.
|Statement||Nicholas Orme and Margaret Webster.|
|Contributions||Webster, Margaret Elise Graham.|
|LC Classifications||RA964 .O76 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 308 p. :|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||94061731|
The New England Journal of Medicine The English Hospital, – this is an intriguing and entertaining book. Reflecting on hospital care at the turn of the century. Cornwall is famous for its saintly place-names: St Austell, St Germans, St Ives, and St Michael's Mount. This book explains why the Cornish honoured so many saints - some famous, some obscure - and how studying saints uncovers the history of the county in medieval times. It provides an account of every saint who was venerated in Cornwall up to the Reformation - the first time this has ever.
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The English Hospital, Nicholas Orme and Margaret Webster. View Inside This book—the first general history of medieval and Tudor hospitals in eighty-five years—traces when and why they originated and follows their development through the crisis periods of the Black Death and the English Reformation when many disappeared.
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The English Hospital Condemned prisoners in the late Middle Ages on their last journey from the City of London to Tyburn would halt for some final refreshment at the gate-house of the hospital of St Giles in the Fields, Holborn.
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"This book is an insightful look into the lives of children and a fascinating read." "A delightfully encyclopedic survey of everything imaginable concerning young people from birth to adolescence during a time span extending from the Anglo-Saxon era until the sixteenth century; toys, games, church-going, family life, education, jobs, even fickle teenage crushes."/5(11).The English Hospital – London: Yale University Press, E-mail Citation» Part I provides a highly accessible introduction to hospitals in England, which is especially strong on their siting, organization, and resources, and on the late Middle Ages through Reformation.Hospitals in medieval Scotland can be dated back to the 12th century.
From c. to about many hospitals, bedehouses and maisons Dieu were built in Scotland. There are many terms that apply to, or describe a origin of the English term, "hospital", is probably from the French or Latin.