Occupation of the landscape took many different forms and is one of the predominant ways of viewing settlement within the medieval world. Buildings are the most effective method of occupying space, both physically and psychologically. This paper will draw on current research into fourteenth century manorial buildings in England and explore how they were used to occupy both the landscape and the communities associated with them.
|Title of host publication||Occupying Space in Medieval and Early Modern Britain and Ireland|
|Editors||Gregory Hulsman, Caoimhe Whelan|
|Place of Publication||Oxford|
|Publication status||Published - Aug 2016|
|Name||Court Cultures of the Middle Ages and Renaissance|
- Economic History
Berryman, D. (2016). Welcome to the Occupation: Patterns in the Management of the Fourteenth-Century English Landscape. In G. Hulsman, & C. Whelan (Eds.), Occupying Space in Medieval and Early Modern Britain and Ireland (Vol. 4). (Court Cultures of the Middle Ages and Renaissance; Vol. 4). Peter Lang. https://doi.org/10.3726/978-3-0353-0774-0