Book of the Month Club: The Livery Collar in Late Medieval England and Wales

Book of the Month Club: The Livery Collar in Late Medieval England and Wales

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Our next book in the Book of the Month Club will be The Livery Collar in Late Medieval England and Wales: Politics, Identity and Affinity, by Matthew Ward.

From the fifteenth century the livery collar was regarded as a powerful symbol of royal power, the artefact associating the recipient with the king; it also played a significant function in the construction and articulation of political and other group identities during the period.

You can learn more about the book from Boydell & Brewer.

It is available for those who sign up to our Patreon page at the $35 (US) level before the end of January. When you sign up through our Patreon page, your payment gets deducted at the beginning of each month. Then we will send your shipping information to Boydell & Brewer who will send you the book.

As an added bonus, we will also be hosting a Google Hangout chat with Patreon members, where we will discuss the book with our patrons.

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