Historical Plan of a Mediaeval
- The glebe (i.e. strips in the open fields held by the parish
- Later enclosures for farming and sheep-raising
This plan of a manor is wholly conventional. It is intended to
show: (1) the various features
that might be found in English manors (or vills) of the
mediaeval period; (2) the more important
changes in the agricultural system which occurred in England
from the fourteenth century
of these manorial features, of course, appeared in similar
domains on the continent.
University of Texas at Austin.
Historical Atlas by William Shepherd (1923-26).
Map of Europe 13th Century
Map of Medieval Universities
Map of Medieval Commerce in Europe