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Medieval History

The Tudor industry of wool production was known as `the jewel in the realm’ of the English economy, it accounted for around half the country’s wealth. The monasteries capitalized on this massively, owning flocks that numbered thousands of sheep and keeping a virtual monopoly on the export of wool to foreign countries.

Credit Chronicle – Medieval History Documenta

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