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Mapping the Medieval City: Space, Place and Identity in Chester c.1200 1600 (Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages) [Paperback]

Catherine Clarke

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Table of Contents

I Introduction: Medieval Chester: Views from the Walls Catherine A.M. Clarke 1.Urban mappings: Visualizing Late Medieval Chester in Cartographic and Textual Form Keith D. Lilley 2. Framing Medieval Chester: the Landscape of Urban Boundaries C.P. Lewis 3. St Werburgh's, St John's and the Liber Luciani De Laude Cestrie John Doran 4. The Spatial Hermeneutics of Lucian's De Laude Cestrie Mark Faulkner 5. '3e beoo pe ancren of Englond ... a pah 3e weren an cuuent of ... Chester': Liminal Spaces and the Anchoritic life in Medieval Chester Liz Herbert McAvoy 6. Sanctity and the City: Sacred Space in Henry Bradshaw's Life of St Werburge Laura Varnam 7. Plotting Chester on the National Map: Richard Pynson's 1521 printing of Henry Bradshaw's Life of Saint Werburge Cynthia Turner Camp 8. The Outside Within: Medieval Chester and North Wales as a Social Space Helen Fulton 9. Mapping the Migrants: Welsh, Manx and Irish Settlers in fifteenth-century Chester Jane Laughton 10. Leeks for Livery: Consuming Welsh Difference in the Chester Shepherds' Play Robert W. Barrett, Jnr 11. Remembering Anglo-Saxon Mercia in late-medieval and early-modern Chester Catherine A.M. Clarke

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