The Atlas of the Medieval World

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Press:Brighter Child Brighter Child; First edition (September 1, 1999)
Publication Date:1999-09-01
Author Name:Neil Morris,John Malam,Anne Mcrae


The Atlas of the Medieval World is a stunningly illustrated survey of 100 years of history. 
Some topics covered include:•The Fall of the Western Empire•The Spread of Christianity•The Islamic World•The Feudal Kingdoms•Merchants and Bankers•The Mongol Empire•Knights and Warfare•The Birth of Russia•Music and Entertainment•The Black DeathThis highly visual book incorporates detailed maps, architectural reconstructions, historical artifacts, and superb scenes from everyday life.


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  •     Reminiscent of the Eyewitness Explorers Series, illustrations fill every page in this graphically beautiful series. Short descriptions give a concise eclectic overview of topics. A nice supplement to encyclopedic reference works with broader and more in depth coverage, but which may be lacking in illustrations. Ideal for young or reluctant readers because there are so many pictures calculated to capture student interest. Includes Index and maps. Series includes the following titles: Atlas of World Cultures, Atlas of the Classical world, Atlas of the Bible Lands, and Atlas of the 20th Century.

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