How to Survive in Medieval England

Toni Mount

 
Date Published :
August 2021
Publisher :
Pen and Sword
Illustration :
Integrated black and white illustrations
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Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781526754417
Pages : 176
Dimensions : 9.25 X 6 inches
Stock Status : In stock
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Overview
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Imagine you were transported back in time to Medieval England and had to start a new life there. Without mobile phones, ipads, internet, and social media networks, when transport means walking or, if you’re fortunate, horseback, how will you know where you are or what to do? Where will you live? What is there to eat? What shall you wear? How can you communicate when nobody speaks as you do and what about money? Who can you go to if you fall ill or are mugged in the street? However can you fit into and thrive in this strange environment full of odd people who seem so different from you?

All these questions and many more are answered in this new guide book for time-travelers: How to Survive in Medieval England. A handy self-help guide with tips and suggestions to make your visit to the Middle Ages much more fun, this lively and engaging book will help the reader deal with the new experiences they may encounter and the problems that might occur. Know the laws so you don’t get into trouble or show your ignorance in an embarrassing faux pas.

Enjoy interviews with the celebrities of the day, from a business woman and a condemned felon, to a royal cook and King Richard III himself. Have a go at preparing medieval dishes and learn some new words to set the mood for your time-travelling adventure. Have an exciting visit but be sure to keep this book at hand.

About The Author
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Toni Mount is an author of historical non-fiction and a teacher. She’s a member of the Richard III Society’s Research Committee, a costumed interpreter at historical events and belongs to the Crime Writers’ Association. She writes regularly for history magazines, has produced online courses for www.MedievalCourses.com and creates the Sebastian Foxley medieval murder mystery novels.

Toni has a Masters Degree in Medieval Medicine, Diplomas in Literature, Creative Writing, European Humanities and a PGCE. She lives in Kent with her husband.

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