landed gentry


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  • Landed gentry — Mr and Mrs Andrews (1748 49) is a painting by British artist Thomas Gainsborough depicting members of the landed gentry. National Gallery, London. Landed gentry is a traditional British social class, consisting of land owners who could live… …   Wikipedia

  • Landed gentry — Als Landed Gentry (engl. „Landadel“) bezeichnet man seit dem 16. Jahrhundert in England eine nicht genau abgegrenzte Schicht des gehobenen Bürgertums und niederen Adels im Gegensatz zum höheren Adel (Peers oder Nobility), zu der vor allem… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • landed gentry — noun the gentry who own land (considered as a class) • Syn: ↑squirearchy • Hypernyms: ↑gentry, ↑aristocracy …   Useful english dictionary

  • Burke's Landed Gentry — (original title Burke s Commoners ) is the result of nearly two centuries of intense work by the Burke family, and others since, in building a collection of books of genealogical and heraldic interest, The History of Burke s Landed Gentry… …   Wikipedia

  • Polish landed gentry — ( pl. ziemiaństwo, ziemianie, from ziemia , land ) historically was a social group of hereditary landowners who held manorial estates. Historically ziemiane consisted of hereditary nobles and landed commoners. The Constitution of 1496 restricted… …   Wikipedia

  • Burke's Landed Gentry — Burke’s Landed Gentry [Burkes Landed Gentry] a book published regularly in Britain that gives details of many families with high social positions who own land in Britain but do not belong to the ↑aristocracy. Compare ↑Burke s Peerage …   Useful english dictionary

  • Burke’s Landed Gentry — a book published regularly in Britain that gives details of many families with high social positions who own land in Britain but do not belong to the aristocracy. Compare Burke’s Peerage. * * * …   Universalium

  • Gentry — generally refers to people of high social class, especially in the past. The term derives from the Latin gens , meaning a clan or extended family. It has often referred to the class of people who owned land, but its precise meaning has varied… …   Wikipedia

  • Gentry (disambiguation) — Gentry normally refers to a certain class of people. It may also refer to:Gentry in particular nations*Landed gentry, in the United Kingdom *Gentry (China) *Polish landed gentry *Gentry (United States)People*Alistair Gentry, science fiction… …   Wikipedia

  • Landed nobility — is a category of nobility in various countries over the history, for which landownership was part of their noble privileges. Their character depends on the country.*Landed gentry is the landed nobility in the United Kingdom. *In Russian Empire… …   Wikipedia

  • Landed property — or landed estates is a real estate term that usually refers to a property that generates income for the owner without the owner having to do the actual work of the estate. In Europe, agrarian landed property typically consisted of a manor,… …   Wikipedia


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