Ogilvie, Sheilagh
May 2005
Past & Present;May2005, Vol. 187 Issue 1, p69
Academic Journal
Focuses on the role of the village community in the second serfdom, the name given to the huge growth in landlord powers in early modern central and eastern Europe. Importance of the ability of the village commune to organize resistance in the early modern fiscal and military revolutions; Justification for the widely view that communal institutions were stifled by manorial ones during the second serfdom; Reasons for manorial intervention in land transaction and inheritance.


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