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Walter of Henley"s Husbandry

Walter de Henley

Walter of Henley"s Husbandry

together with an anonymous Husbandry, Seneschaucie, and Robert Grosseteste"s Rules

by Walter de Henley

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Published by New York, Longmans, Green in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture -- Early works to 1800,
  • Agriculture -- England -- History,
  • Farm management -- England

  • Edition Notes

    Statementthe transcripts, translations, and glossary by Elizabeth Lamond ; with an introduction by W. Cunningham.
    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    ContributionsLamond, Elizabeth, d. 1891., Cunningham, W. 1849-1919., Grosseteste, Robert, 1175?-1253.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxliv, 171 p. ;
    Number of Pages171
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17787817M

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    The reason for The Book of Husbandry is that this is a name used for one medieval estate management treatise - The Book of Husbandry, or Walter of Henley's Book of Husbandry. Other estate management treaties are Senechausie and the Rules of Robert Grosseteste/5(14). Walter Blith (–) was an English writer on husbandry and an official under the Commonwealth. His books promoted improvements in techniques, but were suppressed after the Restoration. .

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Translation of Walter of Henley's Husbandry, attributed to Robert Grosseteste.- Hosebonderie (author unknown)- Seneschaucie (author unknown)- Les reules Seynt Roberd [par] Robert Grosseteste.- Glossarial index. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Walter of Henley's Husbandry by Walter de Henley; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Agriculture, History, Early works toFarm management, Accessible book, Sources, Rural conditions; Places: England.

Walter of Henley's Husbandry, together with an anonymous Husbandry, Seneschaucie, and Robert Grosseteste's Rules. The transcripts, translations, and glossary by Elizabeth Lamond With an introduction by W. Cunningham. Henley, Walter de, 13th cent- Lamond, Elizabeth, Type.

Book. This translation of Walter of Henley’s Treatise on Husbandry, by Elizabeth Lamond FRHS, was published by Longman, Green & Co. of London inunder the title Walter of Henley’s Husbandry, together with an anonymous husbandry, Seneschaucie and.

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N1 - The Anglo-Norman originals with the English translations on opposite page. Published under the auspices of the Royal historical society.

Walter of Henley (Walter de Henley) was an English agricultural writer of the thirteenth century, writing in French. His known work is called Le Dite de Hosebondrie, written aboutand deals with the agricultural management of a manor.

Until the early sixteenth century it was treated as authoritative. Walter of Henley's Husbandry: Together with An Anonymous Husbandry, Seneschaucie and Robert Grosseteste's Rules.

The Trancscripts, Translations, and Glossary by Eiizabeth Lamond. The work of an author who is only known through this book and two anonymous treatises have been placed alongside the maxims which were laid down by the great Bishop of Lincoln [Robert Grosseteste], for they deal, and deal at greater length with the management of estates.

Get this from a library. Walter of Henley's Husbandry, together with an anonymous husbandry, Seneschaucie, and Robert Grosseteste's Rules.

[Walter de Henley; Elizabeth Lamond; W Cunningham; Robert Grosseteste; Longmans, Green, and Co.,] -- "The four treatises which are brought together in this volume are of interest from many points of view. A work attributed to Robert Grosseteste deserves to.

Walter de Henley, fl. 13th cent., English writer on agriculture. His treatise Husbandry, written in Norman French in the midth cent., was the great medieval authority in England, covering all aspects of rural economy from the sowing and manuring of land to the management of labor.

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[Walter de Henley; Elizabeth Lamond; W Cunningham; Robert Grosseteste; Longmans, Green, and Co.,]. Walter of Henley or Walter de Henley, fl. 13th cent., English writer on agriculture. His treatise Husbandry, written in Norman French in the midth cent., was the great medieval authority in England, covering all aspects of rural economy from the sowing and manuring of land to the management of labor.

It was not superseded until To provide some agricultural background to Chaucer’s famous spring opening, let’s look at one of the most influential sources on husbandry in the Middle Ages: Walter of Henley, a monk from the West Midlands who lived around (Oschinsky ).

According to Walter, “to fallowe it is a good seasone in Aprile”. Manorial Management & Organization, c. The Office of the Steward (From The Seneschaucy): The steward of lands ought to be prudent and faithful and profitable, and he ought to know the law of the realm, to protect his lord's business and to instruct and give assurance to the bailiffs who are beneath him in their difficulties.Walter of Henley or Walter de Henley, fl.

13th cent., English writer on agriculture. His treatise Husbandry, written in Norman French in the midth cent., was the great medieval authority in England, covering all aspects of rural economy from the sowing and manuring of land to the management of labor.

It was not superseded until Bibliography.Walter of Henley's Husbandry in Fleta, where they are woven together with some skill. Surprisingly little use is made, in-deed, of Walter of Henley. But the texts are, on the whole, treated with care and good sense. There are some themes about which we would willingly have heard more, such as the work of the Abbot of Ramsey's steward.