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Another Perspective

Susan Oosthuizen

Susan Oosthuizen is Professor of Medieval Archaeology at the University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge, the Society of Antiquaries and the Royal Historical Society. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Emergence of the English

Arc Humanities Press, 2019

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... changes on larger, slower historical processes; the influences of changes of intermediate size and speed;and amelioration of change by long-term remembered traditions (© Susan Oosthuizen 2018, after Gunderson and Holling, Panarchy, p. 26,...

The Anglo-French Wine Trade

Susan Rose

Susan Rose was Senior Research Fellow at Roehampton University, UK, and is now retired. She is the author of The Medieval Sea and Medieval Naval Warfare, 1000–1500. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Wine Trade in Medieval Europe 1000–1500

Continuum, 2011

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... but light red wine began to dominate a market once almost wholly given to white. This wine called clairet was more like modern rosé wine than modern claret and was soon very popular in northern Europe.G. Garrier, (2008) Histoire sociale et...

Ritual and Religion

Susan Rose

Susan Rose was Senior Research Fellow at Roehampton University, UK, and is now retired. She is the author of The Medieval Sea and Medieval Naval Warfare, 1000–1500. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Wine Trade in Medieval Europe 1000–1500

Continuum, 2011

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... Muslims and Christians in Medieval Spain (1992) The Jewish Museum New York, facing page 11. Many words in Spanish relating to wine are Arabic in origin including ‘alcohol’ itself and also aloque (rosé wine or mixed red and white wine),...

Vines and Vineyards

Susan Rose

Susan Rose was Senior Research Fellow at Roehampton University, UK, and is now retired. She is the author of The Medieval Sea and Medieval Naval Warfare, 1000–1500. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Wine Trade in Medieval Europe 1000–1500

Continuum, 2011

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... dessert wines were imported and had prestige and high status but, at that time no red or even rosé wines were popular. That is to say none were popular at the French Court or in the trade with England, Flanders and other northern countries...

Roman Beginnings

Susan Rose

Susan Rose was Senior Research Fellow at Roehampton University, UK, and is now retired. She is the author of The Medieval Sea and Medieval Naval Warfare, 1000–1500. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Wine Trade in Medieval Europe 1000–1500

Continuum, 2011

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... are found in chapters 18 and 19.Further chapters referred to from Cato are 1, 12–13, 17–19, 23, 32–3, 41.Vines growing in the Bordelais. The planting of flowers, often roses, at the end of a row was recommended by Roman writers as a way...

Food, Drink and Medicine

Susan Rose

Susan Rose was Senior Research Fellow at Roehampton University, UK, and is now retired. She is the author of The Medieval Sea and Medieval Naval Warfare, 1000–1500. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Wine Trade in Medieval Europe 1000–1500

Continuum, 2011

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...Deeply engrained in the medieval mind was the belief that wine was good for you. Only gross over-indulgence might have deleterious effects. This was an attitude which had its origins in the classical world, and was heavily influenced...

Other Routes and Other Wines

Susan Rose

Susan Rose was Senior Research Fellow at Roehampton University, UK, and is now retired. She is the author of The Medieval Sea and Medieval Naval Warfare, 1000–1500. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Wine Trade in Medieval Europe 1000–1500

Continuum, 2011

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... as hopped beer became more popular especially with working people. Wine became the drink of choice of the nobility and the wealthy. Its price rose steadily so that a merchant could maintain the same standard of living from the sale of a smaller...

Conclusion

Susan Rose

Susan Rose was Senior Research Fellow at Roehampton University, UK, and is now retired. She is the author of The Medieval Sea and Medieval Naval Warfare, 1000–1500. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Wine Trade in Medieval Europe 1000–1500

Continuum, 2011

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...In Greek and Roman times it can be argued that all high-volume trades were concerned solely with basic commodities, the very necessities of life; grain, olive oil, and in Mediterranean society, wine can plausibly be placed...

The Enjoyment of Wine

Susan Rose

Susan Rose was Senior Research Fellow at Roehampton University, UK, and is now retired. She is the author of The Medieval Sea and Medieval Naval Warfare, 1000–1500. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Wine Trade in Medieval Europe 1000–1500

Continuum, 2011

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... quantities and were normally much more expensive. In the fifteenth century, the bursar bought most of his stock from Newcastle though he occasionally went south to Hull if prices seemed better there. Even when the price of wine rose, often because...

Regulating the Wine Trade

Susan Rose

Susan Rose was Senior Research Fellow at Roehampton University, UK, and is now retired. She is the author of The Medieval Sea and Medieval Naval Warfare, 1000–1500. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Wine Trade in Medieval Europe 1000–1500

Continuum, 2011

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...By the end of the fifteenth century, winemaking was clearly established as a profitable activity for growers, and vintners. It was also regarded with approval by the authorities, whether local corporations or national rulers, who could...