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Rosemary Day

The economic and Architectural Development of three estates in Essex and East Anglia from 1066-1316.

My research covers economic and architectural development form 1066-1316 on three estates in Essex and East Anglia, one from each of the three major land holders: the church, the nobles and the king. Difference, and the reasons for differences in  economic approaches are examined together with the analysis of architecture funded by economic growth from abbey to merchant house, from castle to cottage and form Hall to hovel.

Supervisor: Dr Zoë Opačić.