Autor: Miri Rubin
ISBN-13: 9780199697298
Einband: Taschenbuch
Seiten: 144
Format: 172x108x12 mm
Sprache: Englisch

The Middle Ages: A Very Short Introduction

Very Short Introductions
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The Middle Ages (c.500-1500) includes a thousand years of European history. In this Very Short Introduction Miri Rubin tells the story of the times through the people and their lifestyles. Including stories of kingship and Christian salvation, agriculture and trade, Rubin demonstrates the remarkable nature and legacy of the Middle Ages.
1 'The Middle Ages'; 2 People and their life styles; 3 Big ideas; 4 Environments and resources; 5 The Middle Ages of others; 6 The 'Middle Ages' in our daily lives; Further reading; Index
The Middle Ages (c.500-1500) includes a thousand years of European history. In this Very Short Introduction Miri Rubin tells the story of the times through the people and their lifestyles. Including stories of kingship and Christian salvation, agriculture and trade, Rubin demonstrates the remarkable nature and legacy of the Middle Ages.
Autor: Miri Rubin
Miri Rubin is Professor of Medieval History at Queen Mary University of London and Head of the School of History. She was educated at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the University of Cambridge. She has taught at the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford, and has held visiting positions in Paris, Princeton, and New York. Her research has explored areas of the religious cultures of medieval Europe, and has been influenced by an interdisciplinary approach which had benefited from the use of textual, visual and musical sources. She enjoys writing for diverse audiences and discussing history wherever engaged interest arises.

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Autor: Miri Rubin
ISBN-13:: 9780199697298
ISBN: 0199697299
Erscheinungsjahr: 23.10.2014
Verlag: Oxford University Press
Gewicht: 126g
Seiten: 144
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage New
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 172x108x12 mm, 10 black and white illustrations