Resources – Daily life in Elizabethan England

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Daily life in Elizabethan England

Primary Sources
Gerard, John Gerard’s Herball. The essence thereof distilled by Marcus Woodward from the edition of Th. Johnson, 1636 London : G. Howe,1927.

Secondary Sources
Ashley, L. Elizabethan Popular Culture Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1988.

Brooke, Iris English costume from the early Middle Ages through the sixteenth century New York : Dover Publications, 2000, c1937.

Burnett, Mark Thornton Masters and servants in English renaissance drama and culture : Authority and obedience New York : St Martin’s Press, 1997.

Cooper, Nicholas and Majerus, Marianne English manor houses London : Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1990.

Cressy, David Bonfires and Bells : National Memory and the Protestant Calendar in Elizabethan and Stuart England University of California Press, 1989.

Cunnington, Phillis and Lucas, Catherine Occupational costume in England from the 11th century to 1914 London : Adam& Charles Black, 1967.

Dodd, A.H. Life in Elizabethan England London: Batsford (1961); Book Club Associates (1973)

Emerson, Kathy Lynn The writer’s guide to everyday life in Renaissance England from 1485-1649 Cincinnati : F & W Publications, 1996.

Girouard, Mark Life in the English country house : a social and architectural history New York : Penguin Books, 1980.

Haynes, Alan Sex in Elizabethan England Stroud : Sutton Publishing, 2006.

Mikhaila, Ninya and Malcolm-Davies, Jane The Tudor tailor. Reconstructing 16th century dress London : Batsford, 2006.

Mortimer, Ian The Time Traveller’s Guide to Elizabethan England London: Vintage, 2012.

Norris, Herbert Tudor costume and fashion New York, Dover Publications, 1997, c1938.

Picard, Lisa Elizabeth’s London. Everyday Life in Elizabethan London Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2003.

Sharpe, J. A. Defamation and sexual slander in early modern England : the church courts at York Borthwick Institute of Historical Research [1980?].

Schofield, John Medieval London houses New Haven and London : Yale University press, 2000.

Singman, Jeffrey L. Daily life in Elizabethan England Westport ; London : Greenwood Press, 1995.

Sim, Alison Food and feast in Tudor England Stroud : Sutton Publishing, 1997.
          Masters and servants in Elizabethan England Stroud : Sutton Publishing, 2006.
Pleasures & pastimes in Tudor England Stroud : Sutton Publishing, 1999.
          The Tudor housewife Stroud : Sutton Publishing, 1996.

Spufford, Margaret Contrasting communities: English villagers in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries Cambridge University Press, 1974.

Stevenson, Laura Caroline Praise and paradox : Merchants and craftsmen in Elizabethan popular literature Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1984.

Thomas, Keith Religion and the Decline of Magic. Studies in Popular Beliefs in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England Penguin Books, 1978.

Willan, T. S. The inland trade : studies in English internal trade in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries Manchester : Manchester University Press, 1976.

Wright, L. B. Middle Class Culture in Elizabethan England University of North Carolina, 1935.

Wrightson, Keith and Levine, David Poverty and piety in an English village: Terling 1525 – 1700 Academic Press, 1979.

Yarwood, Doreen The architecture of England : from prehistoric times to the present day London : Batsford, 1963.
           English costume from the second century B.C. to 1967 London : B.T. Batsford, 1967.
The English home : a thousand years of furnishing and decoration
London : Batsford, 1969, c1956.
English houses London : B.T. Batsford, 1966.

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