Life In The Middle Ages
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📒Life In The Middle Ages ✍ Mikael Eskelner
✏Life in the Middle Ages Book Summary : In the history of Europe, the Middle Ages (or medieval period) lasted from the 5th to the 15th century. It began with the fall of the Western Roman Empire and merged into the Renaissance and the Age of Discovery. The Middle Ages is the middle period of the three traditional divisions of Western history: classical antiquity, the medieval period, and the modern period. In this long period of a thousand years there were all kinds of events and processes that were very different from each other, temporally and geographically differentiated, responding both to mutual influences with other civilizations and spaces and to internal dynamics. Many of them had a great projection towards the future, among others those that laid the foundations of the development of the subsequent European expansion, and the development of social agents who developed a predominantly rural-based society but witnessed the birth of an incipient urban life and a bourgeoisie that will eventually develop capitalism.
📒Daily Life In The Middle Ages ✍ Paul B. Newman
✏Daily Life in the Middle Ages Book Summary : Although life in the Middle Ages was not as comfortable and safe as it is for most people in industrialized countries today, the term “Dark Ages” is highly misleading. The era was not so primitive and crude as depictions in film and literature would suggest. Even during the worst years of the centuries immediately following the fall of Rome, the legacy of that civilization survived. This book covers diet, cooking, housing, building, clothing, hygiene, games and other pastimes, fighting and healing in medieval times. The reader will find numerous misperceptions corrected. The book also includes a comprehensive bibliography and a listing of collections of medieval art and artifacts and related sites across the United States and Canada so that readers in North America can see for themselves some of the matters discussed in the book. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.
📒Cambridge Economic History Of Europe Vol 2 ✍ H. J. Habakkuk
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📒Urban Life In The Middle Ages ✍ Keith Lilley
✏Urban Life in the Middle Ages Book Summary : What was life like in towns and cities in medieval Europe? How did people live, and why was it that some towns grew into major urban centres while others did not? After the year 1000, all across Europe urban life prospered as it had never done before. New towns emerged, and established towns and cities grew larger and became more powerful and dominant. During the later Middle Ages these towns and cities were the focus of religious, political, commercial and social activity; the places where power, profit, piety and people all came together. Urban life was indeed the making of medieval Europe. Drawing upon original research, as well as the work of medieval historians, urban archaeologists and historical geographers, Keith Lilley explores the close relationship that existed between the life of towns in the Middle Ages and the life within towns. Taking a fresh and challenging approach, this richly-illustrated book will be invaluable to anyone interested in medieval Europe. It focuses on important themes, including lordship, property, and townscape, and explores the processes which not only shaped the towns and cities of medieval Europe, but also the people who lived in them.
📒Intellectual Life In The Middle Ages ✍ Lesley M. Smith
✏Intellectual Life in the Middle Ages Book Summary : The variety of experience available to medieval scholars and the vitality of medieval thought are both reflected in this collection of original essays by distinguished historians. Intellectual Life in the Middle Ages is presented to Margaret Gibson, whose own work has ranged from Boethius to Lanfranc and to the study of the Bible in the middle ages.
📒Feudalism And Village Life In The Middle Ages ✍ Mercedes Padrino
✏Feudalism and Village Life in the Middle Ages Book Summary : Describes how medieval society was organized and the ways a lord's lifestyle differed from a peasant's.
📒Life In The Middle Ages ✍ George Gordon Coulton
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📒Daily Life In The Late Middle Ages ✍ R. H. Britnell
✏Daily Life in the Late Middle Ages Book Summary : What was life like in the towns and villages of medieval England? A group of experts bring together the results of their research to tell this story, from the time of Agincourt to the establishment of the Tudor monarchy.
📒Jewish Life In The Middle Ages ✍ Israel Abrahams
✏Jewish Life in the Middle Ages Book Summary : This classic work of scholarship illustrates the richness, complexity, and fullness of medieval Jewish life. Readers will discover how much was hidden from the inquisitive and often hostile gaze of Christian Europe. Israel Abrahams vividly details the customs, manners, and mores, and delves into the social culture of Jewish life at this time.