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Early medieval Europe : 300-1000

Author: Roger Collins
Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave, 2002.
Series: History of Europe.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2. ed., 6. printView all editions and formats

In this text the author provides an account of the centuries during which Europe changed from being an abstract geographical expression into a new, culturally coherent entity. It examines how the  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roger Collins
ISBN: 0312218850 9780312218850 0312218869 9780312218867 0333658078 9780333658079 0333658086 9780333658086
OCLC Number: 465477587
Description: xxv, 533 s.
Contents: Chronology of Main Events, 238-1000 Preface to the First Edition Preface to the Second Edition Introduction Problem-Solving Emperors The Age of Constantine Frontier Wars and Civil Wars, 350-395 The Battle of Adrianople and the Sack of Rome A Divided City: The Christian Church, 300-460 The Disappearance of an Army The New Kingdoms The Twilight of the West, 518-568 Constantinople, Persia and the Arabs Decadent and Do-Nothing Kings The Remaking of Britain The Lombard Achievement, c.540-712 The Sundering of East and West Monks and Missionaries Towards a New Western Empire, 714-800 The New Constantine Frontier Societies: Christian Spain, 711-1037 'The Dissension of Kings' 'The Desolation of the Pagans' The Ottonian Age Abbreviations Notes Bibliography Index
Series Title: History of Europe.
Responsibility: Roger Collins.
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'The historical spectrum covered is astonishingly extensive, and, ebcause of this, the volume will be useful as a reference work.' - Professor Albrecht Classen, Department of German Studies, Read more...

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