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* Carcassonne
Brief historical introduction to Carcassonne. Includes sections on the walled city, Catharism, and war machines.
English / French /

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* "Market Towns and the Countryside in Late Medieval England" by Christopher Dyer
"This study of the interactions between market towns and their surrounding countryside is inspired by David Farmer's work on agricultural marketing. Central place theories of 'spheres of influence' are applied to a number of small English towns for which there is evidence of commercial contacts in the period 1280-1520. A sample of towns is used, including a group of contiguous market centres in the west midlands."

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* Medieval English Towns [NetSERF Select]
"The aim of this site is to provide historical information about cities and towns in England during the Middle Ages, with particular emphasis on medieval boroughs of East Anglia and on social, political and constitutional history. A selection of primary documents (translated into English) revelant to English urban history is included."

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