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Essex and the Great Revolt of 1381

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      • Bibliography: p. 99-101.Includes indexes.

        StatementEssex Record Office
        PublishersEssex Record Office
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1982
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 116 p. :
        Number of Pages78
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100900360607
        Series
        1
        2no. 84
        3Essex Record Office publications ;
        Remembering the Peasants Revolt, 1381-1981 / R.B. Dobson The causes of the revolt in rural Essex / C.C. Dyer The rebellion and the county town / H.E.P. Grieve Essex rebel bands in London / A.J. Prescott Essex manorial records and the revolt / R.G.E. Wood Gazetteer of places in Essex connected with the revolt.

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He was typical of the local notables against whom the risings of 1381 were particularly directed. But he was safe from harm; the rebels wanted protection for their village communal rights against the nobles and abbots -- not king's head. The effect of the Black Death on the Peasants' Revolt cannot be dismissed. A particularly barbaric attack resulted in 35 Flemish people being dragged out of the church of St Martin in the Vintry, and beheaded on the same block.

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