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Monastic Landscapes book. James Bond reconstructs, among other features, the towns, villages, agriculture, fisheries, and quarries all influenced by monastic power. There Many monasteries were endowed with extensive properties to provide sustenance and income for the community. And as they were often wealthier than secular landlords, they were able to make major changes to the surrounding landscape.
Many monasteries were endowed with extensive properties to provide sustenance and income for the community.
James Bond BA, FSA, MCIfA is an associate of Kellogg College, University of Oxford. James Bond was born in Oxford and trained as an historical geographer at the University of Birmingham, where he also gained his earliest experience in adult education, teaching part-time for the University’s Extra-Mural Department from 1966 to 1974. In 1969 he was appointed to the new post of Archaeological Field Officer at Worcestershire County Museum. After five years in Worcestershire he then returned to Oxfordshire in 1974 to become Assistant Keeper of the Field Section of Oxfordshire Museum Services. His book Monastic Landscapes won the Council for British Archaeology’s Archaeological Book Award in 2004. Monastic Landscapes by. James Bond
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This tendency has stressed the economic and art-historical dimension to monasteries, to the detriment of smaller, less wealthy, institutions. In this ground-breaking study, the place of the monastery in wider landscapes - topographical, social, economic and political - is considered
The starting point has been the so-called Revenue-book of the Dalby priory 1530–31 and the archaeological landscape. The study shows a landscape that in the 16th century offered a large variety of recourses and thus constituted a basis for a mixed economy. Resources that were missing could be purchased in the market or in towns like Malmö, where the priory had at least one town residence.
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Monastic Landscapes and Society. The Oxford Handbook of Medieval Christianity. On the whole monastic landlords realized their income by collecting rents, but some of those with larger properties actively managed their lands, sometimes by requiring services from tenants. The profit was used to support the monks, guests, and the poor; to purchase precious objects and copy books; to make records and write new books, fixing institutional memory in the landscape. Monastic landholding also brought power-power over the labour force, the power that comes with the establishment of a large clientele, and occasionally the power to hold a judicial court.