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xxx, 600 pages : illustrations, maps ; 27 cm.
  • Part I. Background Approach and Methods: 1. Applied principles from geology and soil science-- 2. Complementary analyses-- 3. Systematic soil micromorphology description-- Part II. Soils and Sediments: 4. Soils and burial (horizon types and effects of burial in the Temperate and Boreal regions)-- 5. Soil-sediments-- 6. Inundated freshwater and coastal marine sites-- Part III. Archaeological Materials: 7. Archaeological materials and deposits-- Part IV. Features and Activities in the Landscape: 8. First records of human activity-- 9. Clearance and cultivation-- 10. Occupation surfaces and use of space-- 11. Settlement morphology-- 12. Site transformation-- 13. Final remarks.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107648685 20180312
Applied Soils and Micromorphology in Archaeology provides the most up-to-date information on soil science and its applications in archaeology. Based on more than three decades of investigations and experiments, the volume demonstrates how description protocols and complimentary methods (SEM/EDS, microprobe, micro-FTIR, bulk soil chemistry, micro- and macrofossils) are used in interpretations. It also focuses on key topics, such as palaeosols, cultivation, and occupation surfaces, and introduces a range of current issues, such as site inundation, climate change, settlement morphology, herding, trackways, industrial processes, funerary features, and site transformation. Structured around important case studies, Applied Soils and Micromorphology in Archaeology is thoroughly-illustrated, with color plates and figures, tables and other ancillary materials on its website (www.cambridge.org/9781107011380); chapter appendices can be accessed separately using the web (www.geoarchaeology.info/asma). This new book will serve as an essential volume for all archaeological inquiry about soil.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107648685 20180312
Green Library
259 pages ; 22 cm
  • Prologue: 1989
  • Other people
  • Halloween
  • Kansas
  • Sweetheart of the rodeo
  • Finding the cure for cancer
  • Epilogue: 1989.
In the 1980s, somewhere in Austin, Helton was young, married, and jobless. After a few strung-out years trying to make it as a writer, he was caught in a cycle of drunken, coked-up nights, crashing on friends' couches and looking for money in the morning. Succumbing to the daunting reality of what it means to support both himself and a troubled marriage, he became a housepainter. He sold pumpkins on the side of the road, delivered firewood, ran a crew of illegal immigrants hauling railroad ties across the empty plains of Kansas, and then he painted even more. Despair is transformed into resilience as Helton insightfully narrates his wayward years, enduring hateful employers and mind-numbing manual labor. Along the way, the people toiling beneath the saccharine veneer of wealth that was the Reagan years are brought to vivid life: the ambitious and the lazy, the potheads and the racists, as well as Vietnam vets too shaken to hold a paintbrush and deadbeat fathers straining to pay child support. With intoxicating, blase-faire sentiment, Helton shows that everyone-from the beauties at the rodeo to the lowest laborers-is tethered by a common desire to just pay the bills and balm the loneliness. A raw and moving account, Bad Jobs and Poor Decisions captures a microcosm of left-behind America that straddles a dangerous line between ruin and redemption.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781631492877 20180213
Green Library
xix, 205 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction Luigina Ciolfi, Areti Damala, Eva Hornecker, Monika Lechner and Laura Maye Archaeological Remote Sensing: Some Community Engagement in Ireland Kevin Barton and Daniel Curley Online Maker Communities: Craft and New Spaces of Engagement with Cultural Heritage Amalia Sabiescu, Martin Woolley, Catherine Cummings, Janine Prins, and Neil Forbes The Limerick Dance Halls Project: The Charm of Discreet Technology Gabriela Avram Towards User Engagement Models for Citizen Science: Initiatives in the Digital Cultural Heritage Domain Edel Jennings, Milena Dobreva, and Anna Devreni-Koutsouki Challenges in Designing Cultural Heritage Crowdsourcing: Tools with Indigenous Communities Colin Stanley, Daniel G. Cabrero, Heike Winschiers-Theophilus, and Edwin Blake How to get small museums involved in digital innovation: A design-inclusive research approach Arnold P.O.S. Vermeeren and Licia Calvi Emotional Connections with the Past: Exploring Engagement with Historical Images from an Online Museum Collection Tom Wrigglesworth and Leon Watts Artcasting, Mobilities, and Inventiveness: Engaging with New Approaches to Arts Evaluation Jen Ross, Claire Sowton, Jeremy Knox, and Chris Speed Challenging Political Agendas through Indigenous Media: Hawai'i and the Promotion and Protection of Cultural Heritage through the Use of Social Media Susan Shay War at your Doorstep: Supporting Communities Discovering their Local History via Interactive Technology Anna Pisetti, Elena Not and Daniela Petrelli.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138697195 20180312
Cultural heritage communities of interest have increasingly expanded from cultural heritage professionals to volunteers, special interest groups and independent citizen-led initiative groups. Digital technology has also increasingly impacted cultural heritage by affording novel experiences of it - it features in a number of activities for all the aforementioned groups, as well as acting as support for visitors to cultural heritage centres. With different degrees of formality and training, these communities are increasingly defining and taking ownership of what is of value to them, thus reconfiguring the care, communication, interpretation and validation of heritage. Digital technology has played a crucial role in this transformative process. In a fully international context, cultural heritage practitioners, community champions and academics from different fields of study have contributed to this book. Each chapter brings to the fore the multiple relationships between heritage, communities and technologies as a focus of study and reflection in an inclusive way. Contributions touch upon present and future opportunities for technology, as well as participatory design processes with different stakeholders. This book brings together ideas from different disciplines, cultures, methods and goals, to inspire scholars and practitioners involved in community heritage projects.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138697195 20180312
Green Library
424 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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xv, 334 pages ; 25 cm
"Tara Westover was seventeen the first time she set foot in a classroom. Born to survivalists in the mountains of Idaho, she prepared for the end of the world by stockpiling home-canned peaches and sleeping with her "head-for-the-hills bag." In the summer she stewed herbs for her mother, a midwife and healer, and in the winter she salvaged in her father's junkyard. The family was so isolated from mainstream society that there was no one to ensure the children received an education, and no one to intervene when one of Tara's older brothers became violent. As a way out, Tara began to educate herself, learning enough mathematics and grammar to be admitted to Brigham Young University. Her quest for knowledge would transform her, taking her over oceans and across continents, to Harvard and to Cambridge. Only then would she wonder if she'd traveled too far, if there was still a way home. With the acute insight that distinguishes all great writers, Tara Westover has crafted a universal coming-of-age story that gets to the heart of what an education offers: the perspective to see one's life through new eyes, and the will to change it."--Jacket flap.
Green Library
xvi, 182 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm.
Green Library
xxi, 252 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
  • Engaging archaeology : an introduction and a guide / Stephen W. Silliman
  • Landscapes, settlements, and regions
  • Climbing hillforts and thinking about warfare in the pre-Columbian Andes / Elizabeth Arkush
  • Losing control in the American Southwest : collaborative archaeology in the service of descendant communities / Matthew Liebmann
  • Getting it wrong for all the right reasons : developing an approach to systematic settlement survey for Viking Age Iceland / John M. Steinberg, Douglas J. Bolender, and Brian N. Damiatta
  • Archaeological projects in India : decolonizing archaeological research, assessing success, and valuing failure / Uzma Z. Rizvi
  • Lifeways of the first Australians : regional archaeology in the remote north of Australia / Jane Balme
  • The Kuril Biocomplexity Project : anatomy of an interdisciplinary research program in the North Pacific / Ben Fitzhugh
  • Listen for the echo of drums across the water : rock art sites as engaged community research in Ontario, Canada / John William Norder
  • The heart of lightness : doing archaeology in the Brazilian Central Amazon / Eduardo G. Neves
  • Sites, households, and communities
  • Household archaeology at the community scale? : refining research design in a complex Polynesian chiefdom / Jennifer G. Kahn
  • Research spaces from borderland places : Late Woodland archaeology in southern Ontario / Neal Ferris
  • Ethnoarchaeology of pottery in Tigray, Ethiopia : engaging with marginalized people / Diane Lyons
  • Integrating paleoethnobotany in investigations of Spanish colonialism in the American Southwest / Heather B. Trigg
  • Framing local history with global archaeological lenses in Osun Grove, Nigeria / Akinwumi Ogundiran
  • Rooting in New England : archaeologies of colonialism, community, and collaboration / Stephen W. Silliman
  • Accidentally digging Central America's earliest village / Rosemary A. Joyce
  • Slouching towards theory : implementing bioarchaeological research at Petra, Jordan / Megan A. Perry
  • In archaeology, "You get what you get," and most of the time what you get is unexpected : investigating Paleoindians in western North America / Ted Goebel
  • Archaeologies of a medieval Irish castle : thinking about trim / Tadhg O'Keeffe
  • Materials, collections, and analyses
  • Dr. Stage-Love, or, How I learned to stop worrying and love my dissertation on clay pipes / Anna Agbe-Davies
  • Lessons learned in seriating Maya pottery / Lisa Lecount
  • The bones from the other tell : zooarchaeology at Çatal Hüyük West / David Orton
  • Disrupting fixed narratives : researching colonial dress and identity in museum collections / Diana DiPaolo Loren
  • Reverse engineering in prehistory : the Neolithic bow of La Draga, Spain / Juan A. Barceló, Vera Moitinho de Almeida, Oriol López, Antoni Palomo, and Xavier Terradas
  • Learning about learning in Ice Age France through stone tools : an intersectional feminist approach without gender / Kathleen Sterling
  • How not to write a PhD thesis : some real-life lessons from 1990s Michigan and prehistoric Italy / John Robb.
Green Library
xiv, 230 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
  • Preface and Acknowledgements 1. Introduction: The Past in the Present Part I: Making Sense of a Transnational World 2. Transnationalism in Historical and Sociological Analysis 3. Modernity and the Plurality of Europe 4. Europe Unbounded: Critical Cosmopolitanism and the Problem of Eurocentrism Part II: Encounters, Routes, Transfers, and Entanglements 5. Cultural Encounters and European Civilisation 6. Europe and Modernity as Reference Cultures 7. The Making of European Society and the Entanglement of Capitalism and Democracy 8. The Legacy of European Integration: Europe in the World Part III: Looking to the Future 9. Solidarity as a Political Legacy for Europe Today 10. Making Sense of Brexit: A Divided Nation in a Divided Europe 11. Europe Beyond the Crisis: Re-Inventing the European Heritage.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138038721 20170814
Gerard Delanty offers a critical interpretation of the European heritage today in light of recent developments in the human and social sciences, and in view of a mood of crisis in Europe that compels us to re-think the European past. One of the main insights informing this book is that a transnational and global perspective on European history can reorient the European heritage in a direction that offers a more viable way for contemporary Europe to articulate an intercultural identity in keeping with the emerging shape of Europe, and with its own often acknowledged past. He argues that the European heritage is based less on a universalistic conception of culture than on a plurality of interconnecting narratives. Such a perspective opens up new directions for scholarship and public debate on heritage that are guided by critical cosmopolitan considerations that highlight contention, resistances, competition, and dissonance. He argues that the specificity of the European dimension of culture is in the entanglement of many cultures rather than in an original culture. The cultures of Europe are not separated but have been shaped in close interaction with each other and with the non-European world. Nations are not therefore unique, exceptional, or fundamentally different from each other. The outcome of such intermingling is a multiplicity of ideas of Europe that serve as shared cultural reference points.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138038721 20170814
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
vi, 212 pages ; 24 cm
Green Library
xxiii, 350 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm
  • 1 Introduction-- Clare Brant and George Rousseau.- I HILL & LIVES.- 2 The Biographer's Tale: Second Thoughts of a Biographer-- George Rousseau.- 3 The Propagation of Lives: Sir John Who?-- Clare Brant.- 4 Sir John Hill and Friendship-- Emrys Jones.- II HILL & LITERATURE.- 5 John Hill and Mary Cooper: A Case Study in Eighteenth-Century Publishing-- Beverley Schneller.- 6 "The Ravished Organs of the Attentive Audience": John Hill and Christopher Smart-- Min Wild.- 7 "Unassisted Hill": Churchill's Satire and the Fate of the Virtuoso-- Adam Rounce.- 8 The Erotic Satires of Sir John Hill-- Julie Peakman.- III HILL & PUBLIC PLACES.- 9 The Doctor as Man of Letters: mid-Georgian Transformations-- George Rousseau.- 10 Coffee-house Sociability, Science and Public Life in John Hill's The Inspector-- Markman Ellis.- 11 The Inspector at Large: Sir John Hill's Interrogation of London Space-- Chris Ewers.- IV HILL & SCIENCES.- 12 A Dwarf on Giant's Shoulders: Hill the Geologist-- Christopher J. Duffin.- 13 Sir John Hill as Botanist: The Vegetable System-- Brent Elliott.- 14 John Hill, Exotic Botany and the Competitive World of Eighteenth-Century Horticulture-- Sarah Easterby-Smith.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781137580535 20180205
This multi-disciplinary essay collection explores the controversial life and achievements of Sir John Hill (1714-1775), a prolific contributor to Georgian England's literature, medicine and science. By the time he died, he had been knighted by the Swedish monarch and become a household name among scientists and writers throughout Britain and Europe. In 1750s London he was a celebrity, but he was also widely vilified.Hill, an important writer of urban space, also helped define London through his periodicals and fictions. As well as examining his significance and achievements, this book makes Hill a means of exploring the lively intellectual and public world of London in the 1750s where rivalries abounded, and where clubs, societies, coffee-houses, theatres and pleasure gardens shaped fame and fortunes. By investigating one individual's intersections with his metropolis, Fame and Fortune restores Hill to view and contributes new understandings of the forms and functions of eighteenth-century intellectual worlds.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781137580535 20180205
Green Library
379 pages : some illustrations ; 24 cm.
Green Library
xvii, 245 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
  • Preface to the English Edition Introduction to the French Edition 1. The Ancient World 2. The Classical World: from Greek City States to the Roman Empire 3. Archives and Archival Practices in Asia and Africa: from Antiquity to the Eighteenth Century 4. Archives and Archival Practices in the Americas up to the Eighteenth Century 5. In the Chanceries and Muniment Rooms of Medieval Europe, Fifth to Fifteenth Centuries 6. Buildings and Equipment in Western Europe: Late Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century 7. The Defining Era: Simancas, the Habsburgs and the Sixteenth Century 8. Bureaucracy and Archival Centralisation in Early Modern Europe 9. Being an Archivist in Early Modern Europe 10. Methods and Techniques for Classification and Arrangement: Fifteenth to Eighteenth Centuries 11. Legislation, Literature and Practice in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries 12. Buildings and Readers, Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries 13. Archives Destroyed, Protected and Reconstructed: Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries 14. The Rise of a Profession, Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries 15. From Mutual Assistance to International Networks, Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries 16. Conclusion: the Value of the Historical Perspective Afterword to the English Edition.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781409455240 20180129
This revised translation of the classic Une histoire de l'archivistique provides a wide-ranging international survey of developments in archival practices and management, from the ancient world to the present day. The volume has been substantially updated to incorporate recent developments in the field and additional examples from the English speaking world. These new additions complement the original text to offer a broad and up-to-date survey with examples spanning Europe, Africa, Asia and North and South America. The bibliography has also been updated with new material and supplementary English language sources, making it an accessible and up-to-date resource for those working and researching in the field of archives and archival history. This book is an essential reference volume for both archivists and historians, as well as anyone interested in the history of archives.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781409455240 20180129
Green Library
x, 283 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Editor's Introduction - Gina Luria Walker 1 The Invention of Female Biography - Gina Luria Walker Part I: Forgotten Women 2 Well Represented or Missing in Action? Queens, Queenship and Mary Hays - Elena Woodacre 3 The contribution of Isabella de Rosares and Isabella de Josa to the Development of Learning for Women in the Sixteenth Century - Maria Jesus Lorenzo-Modia 4 'Anonymous' The University Women in Hays's Female Biography - Marta Cavazza and Koren Whipp Part II: Omissions and Revisions 5 Commonwealths of Women: Republican Biography and Feminist Practice in The Female Biography and Project Continua - Rebecca Nesvet 6 Hays's Changes to her Classical Sources to Promote Female Agency - Ian Plant 7 Hays's Surprises - Mary Spongberg and Lorna Barrow 8 Feminist Historical Recovery: Moving the 'Others' from Margin to Centre - Thelma Armstrong Part III: Female Biography and Feminist History Traditions 9 Agrippa to Venturia: Ancient and Modern Companions to Female Biography - Peter Keegan 10 Mary Hays and the Imagined Female Communities of Early Modern Europe - Amanda Capern 11 Four Types of Incongruity: Adventures in Editing the Work of Tullia d'Aragona - Elizabeth Pallitto 12 Women of the Civil War: Oliver Cromwell's Wife and Daughters - Alan Marshall Part IV: Contemporary Uses of Female Biography 13 Post-feminist Uses of Female Biography - Whitney Mannies 14 Female Biography: Towards Solidarity - Daniella Polyak.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781848936003 20171218
Mary Hays worked alone in compiling the 302 entries that make up Female Biography (1803). By contrast, producing a modern, critical edition of the work relied on the expertise of 168 scholars across 18 countries. Essays in this collection focus on the exhaustive research, editorial challenges and innovative responses involved in this project.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781848936003 20171218
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
514 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
  • The beginning
  • A mother's duty
  • Heady times
  • The White House years
  • Trouble brewing
  • The assassination
  • Recovery
  • Transition
  • Onassis
  • Shifting tides
  • Enduring
  • "Well, happy and loved ..."
  • Epilogue: Passages.
"Do you know what the secret to happily-ever-after is?" Janet Bouvier Auchincloss would ask her daughters Jackie and Lee during their tea time. "Money and Power, " she would say. It was a lesson neither would ever forget. They followed in their mother's footsteps after her marriages to the philandering socialite "Blackjack" Bouvier and the fabulously rich Standard Oil heir Hugh D. Auchincloss. Jacqueline Bouvier would marry John F. Kennedy and the story of their marriage is legendary, as is the story of her second marriage to Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis. Less well known is the story of her love affairwith a world renowned architect and a British peer. Her sister, Lee, had liaisons with one and possibly both of Jackie's husbands, in addition to her own three marriages - to an illegitimate royal, a Polish prince and a Hollywood director. If the Bouvier women personified beauty, style and fashion, it was their lust for money and status that drove them to seek out powerful men, no matter what the cost to themselves or to those they stepped on in their ruthless climb to the top. Based on hundreds of new interviews with friends and family of the Bouviers, among them their own half-brother, as well as letters and journals, J. Randy Taraborrelli paints an extraordinary psychological portrait of two famous sisters and their ferociously ambitious mother.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781250128010 20180312
SAL3 (off-campus storage)

15. Jazāʼir al-rijāl [2018]

136 p. : illustrations ; 22 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xiii, 268 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color), maps ; 23 cm.
Green Library
xx, 272 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Green Library

18. The medieval world [2018]

xxii, 876 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.
  • List of illustrations List of contributors Abbreviations Preface to the Second Edition 1. Introduction Part I. Identities: Selves and Others 2. Courts in East and West, Jonathan Shepard 3. At the Spanish Frontier, Peter Linehan 4. Muslims in Christian Iberia, 1000-1526, David Nirenberg 5. How many Medieval Europes? The 'pagans' of Hungary and regional diversity in Christendom, Nora Berend 6. Christians, Barbarians and Monsters. The European discovery of the world beyond Islam, Peter Jackson 7. The Empire of Byzantium, Averil Cameron 8. The Establishment of Medieval Hermeticism, Charles Burnett 9. What the Crusades meant to Europe, Christopher Tyerman 10. The Crusades and the Persecution of the Jews, J. A. Watt 11. Imagines Historiarum: Visions of the Past in Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts, Rosa Rodriguez Porto 12. Strange Eventful Histories: the Middle Ages in the cinema, Stuart Airlie II. Beliefs, Social Values and Symbolic Order 13. Political Rituals and Political Imagination in the Medieval West from the 4th Century to the 12th, Philippe Buc 14. Modern Mythologies of Medieval Chivalry, Dominique Barthelemy 15. The Unique Favour of Penance: the Church and the People, c.800-c.1100, Sarah Hamilton 16. Gender Negotiations in France during the central Middle Ages: the literary evidence, Linda Paterson 17. Symbolism and medieval religious thought, David d'Avray 18. Sexuality in the Middle Ages, Ruth Mazo Karras 19. Sin, Crime and the Pleasures of the Flesh: the medieval Church judges sexual offences, James Brundage 20. Through a Glass Darkly: seeing medieval heresy, Peter Biller 21. A la recherche de l'esprit laique in the late middle ages, Roberto Lambertini 22. Saints and Martyrs in Late Medieval Religious Culture, Carl Watkins 23. The Corpse in the Middle Ages: the problem of the division of the body, Agostino Paravicini Bagliani 24. The Crucifixion and the Censorship of Art around 1300, Paul Binski III. Power and Power-structures 25. Space, Culture and Kingdoms in Early Medieval Europe, Paul Fouracre 26. The Outward Look: Britain and beyond in medieval Irish literature, Maire Ni Mhaonaigh 27. Powerful Women in the early Middle Ages: queens and abbesses, Pauline Stafford 28. Perceptions of an Early Medieval Urban Landscape, Cristina La Rocca 29. Assembly Politics in Western Europe from the Eighth Century to the Twelfth, Timothy Reuter 30. Beyond the Comune: the Italian city-state and its inheritance, Mario Ascheri 31. Timbuktu and Europe: trade, cities and Islam in 'medieval' West Africa, Timothy Insoll 32. Medieval Law, Susan Reynolds 33. Rulers and Justice, 1200-1500, Magnus Ryan 34. The King's Counsellors' Two Faces: a Portuguese perspective, Maria Joao Branco 35. Fullness of Power? Popes, bishops, and the polity of the Church, 1215-1517, James Burns 36. The papal chancery: Avignon and beyond, Patrick Zutshi IV. Elites, Organisations and Groups 37. A New Legal Cosmos: late Roman Lawyers and the early medieval Church, Caroline Humfress 38. Medieval Monasticism, Janet L. Nelson 39. Aspects of the Early Medieval Peasant Economy as revealed in the Polyptych of Prum, Yoshiki Morimoto 40. Privilege in Medieval Societies from the Twelfth to the Fourteenth Century, or: How the exception proves the rule, Alain Boureau 41. What did the Twelfth-Century Renaissance Mean?, Jacques Le Goff 42. The English Parish and its Clergy in the Thirteenth Century, C. H. Lawrence 43. Everyday Life and Elites in the later Middle Ages: the civilised and the barbarian, Gabor Klaniczay 44. Scholastic Thought in Humanist Guise: Francois Hotman's Ancient French Constitution, George Garnett 45. On 1500, Elizabeth A.R. Brown.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138848696 20180312
Ranging from Connacht to Constantinople and from Tynemouth to Timbuktu, the forty-four contributors to The Medieval World seek to bring the Middle Ages to life, offering definitive appraisals of the distinctive features of the period. This second edition includes six additional chapters, covering the Byzantine empire, illuminated manuscripts, the 'esprit laique' of the late middle ages, saints and martyrs, the papal chancery and scholastic thought. Chapters are arranged thematically within four parts: 1. Identities, Selves and Others 2. Beliefs, Social Values and Symbolic Order 3. Power and Power Structures 4. Elites, Organisations and Groups The Medieval World presents the reader with an authoritative account of original scholarship across the medieval millennium and provides essential reading for all students of the subject.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138848696 20180312
Green Library
235 pages : maps ; 24 cm.
Green Library
211 pages : illustrations (partly color) ; 24 cm.
Green Library