English wayfaring life in the Middle ages [xiv th century]
tr. from the French by Lucy Toulmin Smith
London : T. Fisher Unwin, 1892
451 p. : ill.
Portraits the medieval peregrinations separated into three parts. Discusses about transportation, travelers, and passers-by. Deals with numerous occupations en route such as medicinal plant experts, musicians, singers, poets, peddlers, swindlers, and criminals. Reveals the travelling of preachers, clergymen, pastors, priests and other personnel in Christianity who are in the positions responsible to fundraising for the religion.