By Philip Slavin
Despite elevated commercialization and an effective community of neighborhood markets in 1300s Europe—as good as major charges and hazards linked to the creation, transportation, and garage of food—some landed lords, monasteries, and convents endured to depend on the produce in their personal estates. This designated examine units out to account for the confusing scenario, masking the interval among 1260 and 1536, with an in-depth research of the altering styles and fortunes of the provisioning of Norwich Cathedral Priory. because it examines the total strategy of nutrients supply from box to desk, the checklist explores the query of nutrients protection in the context of a number of the crises within the 14th century, and likewise illustrates the aftereffects of the Black demise. even though delivering exceptional perception into the Priory, the booklet additionally serves as an immense source on figuring out the overdue center a long time financial system of britain and society in the course of a time of upheaval.
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Rawcliffe and R. Wilson (eds), Medieval Norwich (London, 2004), pp. 231–2. The calculations derive from p. 232. 2 Sources of purchased grain supply, 1383–1536. 00% Source: NRO, DCN 1/1/64–110. 6 In 1531, 5 quarters of maslin (a wheat and rye mixture) and 30 quarters of malted barley were purchased from Thomas Brewe, ‘citizen and alderman of Norwich’. 7 Many more examples could be cited here. 2 suggests. In some cases, they supplied the priory with relatively large quantities of grain. 9 After the end of the Gutsherrschaft era the priory continued relying 6.
A comparative look at other late medieval households may provide an answer. To that end, numerous accounts from demesnes belonging to contemporary religious houses have been consulted. 2 divides the available evidence into three main periods: the pre-Black Death period, the late Gutsherrschaft period and the Grundherrschaft era. Since the timing of the shift from Gutsherrschaft to Grundherrschaft differed from estate to estate and from demesne to demesne, exact years have been specified for each house.
Humans, however, were not the only residents of the cathedral precincts. In addition, the priory housed an uncertain number of horses, kept and looked after at local stables. 52 Although the accounts do not specify their numbers, the size of the horse population can be estimated from the quantities of fodder consumed by it in the course of a fiscal year. Between 1263 and 1430 some 250 quarters of oats and oat bran were consumed by local horses, in addition to occasional allowances of legumes and loaves of a cruder kind of bread (panis militis) (discussed below).
Bread and Ale for the Brethren: The Provisioning of Norwich Cathedral Priory, 1260-1536 by Philip Slavin