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Description Plan of a fictional mediaeval manor
The mustard-colored areas are part of the demesne, the hatched areas part of the glebe.
Source [1]
Author William R. Shepherd, Historical Atlas, New York, Henry Holt and Company, 1923
(Reusing this file)
Author died in 1934
Other versions Derivative works of this file:  Medieval Open Field System.JPG


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