- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Sources for the English medieval road system
- 3 Once a highway, always a highway
- 4 When things break
- 5 The word on the street
- 6 Getting there
- 7 The function of material and spiritual roads in the English eremitic tradition
- 8 The royal itinerary and roads in England under Edward I
- 9 The pilgrimage road in late medieval English literature
- 10 The romance of the road in Athelston and two late medieval Robin Hood ballads
- 11 London
- 12 Conquest, roads and resistance in medieval Wales
- 13 Trackless, impenetrable and underdeveloped? Roads, colonization and environmental transformation in the Anglo-Scottish border zone, c. 1100 to c. 1300
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