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Surveying government and crowd responses ranging from the late Middle Ages through to the early modern era, Buchanan Sharp's illuminating study examines how the English government responded to one of the most intractable problems of the period: famine and scarcity. The book provides a comprehensive account of famine relief in the late Middle Ages and evaluates the extent to which traditional market regulations enforced by thirteenth-century kings helped shape future responses to famine and scarcity in the sixteenth century. Analysing some of the oldest surviving archival evidence of public response to famine, Sharp reveals that food riots in England occurred as early as 1347, almost two centuries earlier than was previously thought. Charting the policies, public reactions and royal regulations to grain shortage, Sharp provides a fascinating contribution to our understanding of the social, economic, cultural and political make-up of medieval and early modern England.

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C54

Close Rolls

C66

Patent Rolls

C82

Warrants for the Great Seal

C145

Miscellaneous Inquisitions

E36

Exchequer Books

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E163

Miscellanea of the Exchequer

JUST1

Eyre Rolls, Assize Rolls, etc.

KB27

Coram Rege Rolls

SP1

State Papers Henry VIII

SP12

State Papers Domestic Elizabeth I

STAC2

Star Chamber Henry VIII

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