Kingdoms and Communities in Western Europe, 900-1300
Clarendon Press, 1997 - 387 páginas
This wide-ranging and perceptive book focuses on the collective values and activities of lay society over several centuries, from trade guilds and manor courts to the development of parliaments and the rule of feudal monarchs. It offers a new approach to the history of medieval Europe. The second edition of this important study incorporates a substantial new introduction, which amplifies the arguments of the original edition and takes account of recent research.
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The first half of this book is quite difficult. The chapters on medieval law, parishes and rural society presuppose a great deal of background knowledge. Insofar as a general argument is being made ... Leer reseña completa