Medieval Europe 400 - 1500
This book traces across the millennium of the Middle Ages the gradual crystallisation of a new and distinctive European identity. Koenigsberger covers the Islamic, Byzantine and central Asian worlds in his account which explains Europe's progression from chaos and collapse to the point where it was set to rule much of the world.
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Chapter 1 The End of the Ancient World and the Beginning of the Middle Ages 400700
Chapter 2 The Carolingian Empire and the Invasions of Europe 7001000
Chapter 3 The Recovery of the West the Crusades and the TwelfthCentury Renaissance 10001200
Chapter 4 The High Middle Ages 12001340
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