England and Wales in the Fifteenth Century
9781852850180   Product Code: 35557
Wales has often been treated in isolation by medieval historians. In this selection of his essays, Professor Griffiths brings both England and Wales into common focus. He discusses the position of the king, the court and the princes of the blood; the attitudes and rivalries of magnates (notably the Percies, Nevilles and the Duke of York); the careers of gentlemen and bureaucrats in England and Wales; and how the Wars of the Roses affected English and Welsh government and society.