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A Short History of the Middle Ages / Edition 3
     

A Short History of the Middle Ages / Edition 3

by Barbara H. Rosenwein
 

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ISBN-10: 1551116162

ISBN-13: 9781551116167

Pub. Date: 05/14/2004

Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Higher Education Division

This edition includes a new feature, "Seeing the Middle Ages," as well as over 40 color maps, more than 60 plates (almost all in color), seven figures, genealogies, and appendices of rulers. Students and others who wish to test their knowledge of each chapter will find study questions at www.rosenweinshorthistory.com. The website also reproduces the maps, genealogies,

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This edition includes a new feature, "Seeing the Middle Ages," as well as over 40 color maps, more than 60 plates (almost all in color), seven figures, genealogies, and appendices of rulers. Students and others who wish to test their knowledge of each chapter will find study questions at www.rosenweinshorthistory.com. The website also reproduces the maps, genealogies, lists of popes and emperors, and glossary found in this edition.

Special Combined Price: A Short History of the Middle Ages, third edition may be ordered together with Reading the Middle Ages: Sources from Europe, Byzantium, and the Islamic World at the special discounted price of $85.00 (CDN & US). In order to secure the package price, the following ISBN must be used when ordering: 978-1-44260-351-6.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781551116167
Publisher:
University of Toronto Press, Higher Education Division
Publication date:
05/14/2004
Edition description:
third edition
Pages:
362
Product dimensions:
7.73(w) x 9.37(h) x 0.77(d)

Table of Contents

Maps

Plates

Genealogies

Figures

Lists

Abbreviations, Conventions, Websites

Preface to the First Edition

Preface to the Second Edition

Preface to the Third Edition

1. Prelude: The Roman World Transformed (c.300-c.600)

Part I: Three Cultures from One

2. The Emergence of Sibling Cultures (c.600-c.750)

3. Creating New Identities (c.750-c.900)

4. Political Communities Reordered (c.900-c.1050)

Part II: The European Take-Off

5. The Expansion of Europe (c.1050-c.1150)

6. Institutionalizing Aspirations (c.1150-c.1250)

7. Discordant Harmonies (c.1250-c.1350)

8. Catastrophe and Creativity (c.1350-c.1500)

Epilogue

Glossary

Appendix: Lists

Sources

Index

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