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The Penguin Historical Atlas of the Medieval World

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Andrew Jotischky
Penguin Putnam
2005
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0141014490
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Richly decorated with photographs, illustrations and full-color maps, this compact atlas explores the empires, people, cultures and religions of the Middle Ages, providing an excellent introduction to European history. Includes Medieval Britain and Ireland, the Vikings, the origins of France and Germany, the Holy Roman Empire, the Kingdoms of Hungary and Poland, Romanesque and Gothic cathedrals, the Byzantine Empire, Moorish Spain, the Baltic Crusades, the spread of Christianity and Islam, and much more.

ISBN: 9780141014494
$22.00

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