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The Phoenix of Albion: English Renaissance in the Wake of the Pestilence of 1348
     

The Phoenix of Albion: English Renaissance in the Wake of the Pestilence of 1348

by Stephen E Seale
 

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Many nations go through periods of great cultural or social change. During the latter half of the fourteenth century, and the entirety of the fifteenth, England went through such a period of change. Out of the ashes of tragedy an English phoenix was able to rise. This period radically transformed England from a feudal aristocracy to a thriving mercantilist society,

Overview

Many nations go through periods of great cultural or social change. During the latter half of the fourteenth century, and the entirety of the fifteenth, England went through such a period of change. Out of the ashes of tragedy an English phoenix was able to rise. This period radically transformed England from a feudal aristocracy to a thriving mercantilist society, sowed the seeds of the Protestant Reformation, and laid the foundations of the British Empire.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016127804
Publisher:
Stephen Seale
Publication date:
12/23/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
158
File size:
187 KB

Meet the Author

Stephen E. Seale is a veteran of the Iraq War, and has spent time in Afghanistan. He has an M.A. in Ancient and Classical History, and enjoys science fiction and historical documentaries. He is married to Syrena Seale, a professional artist and writer.

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