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Leicestershire Archaeological Field Unit: Report 1
ISBN 0 900312 94 7
Few excavations have been undertaken on urban friaries and there are many aspects of the buildings and economy of the mendicant houses that are imperfectly understood. The potential of these houses within medieval archaeology has still to be fully realised. The advantages of continuous corporate existence and of regular documentary references both to the religious activity and to involvement in secular concerns makes this a worthwhile subject to tackle. There is a further advantage in that the friars were late to arrive in western Europe and had a finite length of stay in Britain; their existence was compressed within three centuries. Their architectural and archaeological record falls between closely defined limits.
|The Austin Friars, Leicester (CBA Research Report 35)||18 Mb|
|The Austin Friars, Leicester (microfiche)||13 Mb|