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Food, the cost of, in Elizabethan England

Records show that a penny bought a good, substantial meal with many courses at a tavern or country inn; several pennies would be needed for this in London. Ten eggs cost a penny in London.

Wages, however, were similarly small. A good cook might receive only

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