Probate/Jo Sear

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Jo Sear

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JO SEAR teaches at the Institute of Continuing Education, Cambridge, and is editor of the Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History. Her own research focusses on medieval consumption and trade and her book on ‘The Origins of the Consumer Revolution in England: from brass pots to clocks’ (co-authored with Ken Sneath) was recently published by Routledge. She is currently co-authoring a volume for the Suffolk Records Society on the manorial records of Newmarket.

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