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Women traders and artisans in Londonlocked

(act. c. 1200–c. 1500)
  • Caroline M. Barron

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Women traders and artisans in London (act.c. 1200–c. 1500), formed a significant group within the city's workforce at every social level. City custom allowed them considerable economic opportunities. No more than men are they commonly recorded before about 1250, but thereafter wills and the records alike of city government and of ...

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Guildhall Library, London
Corporation of London Records Office
National Archives of the United Kingdom, Public Record Office, London
(1891–)