Servile Migration and Gender in Late Medieval England

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Migration in medieval England was substantial, essential and mainly over short distances. Mark Bailey uses the record of flown serfs in English manorial court rolls to provide the first quantitative dataset for the proportion of serfs and women moving to towns.

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