On breadmaking in 16th-century England

A fabulous blog post by Alexander Devine on:

Two manuscripts in the Lawrence J. Schoenberg Collection at Penn, LJS 238, The Statute of Wynchestre, a record of the regulations for breadmaking in 16th-century England and LJS 61, a Register of Writs and Formulary from 28 January of the 13th year of the reign of Richard II (1390) to 28 April in the 8th year of the reign of Henry IV (1407)a legal register of royal chancery writs

Via @erik_kwakkel on Twitter.

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