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THE NOBILITY OF THE ELECTION OF BAYEUX, 1463-1666: CONTINUITY THROUGH CHANGE.

Wood, James B.

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ISBN 10: 0691052948 / ISBN 13: 9780691052946
Published by Princeton: Princeton Univ. Pr. c. 1980., 1980
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Title: THE NOBILITY OF THE ELECTION OF BAYEUX, 1463...

Publisher: Princeton: Princeton Univ. Pr. c. 1980.

Publication Date: 1980

Binding: Hardcover

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

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Reconstructing the collective experience of an entire provincial nobility over a period of more than two centuries, James Wood finds current theories about the early modernFrench nobility inadequate. Concentrating on socio-economic structures and changes, he analyzes the composition and way of life of all the nobles--poor and prosperous, obscure and notable--who lived in the election of Bayeux between the mid-fifteenth and mid-seventeenth centuries. Combining a regional historical perspective with the methods of quantitative social history, Professor Wood demonstrates the broader significance of his findings for general historical interpretations of the nobility and of early modern France as well.

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