Eastern & Western History, Thought & Culture, 1600-1815
This work aims to provide a broad, integrated and reasonably comprehensive survey of political economic, cultural and social developments of the 17th and 18th centuries in the eastern and western worlds.
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Forces in Contention
Baroque Cultural Currents Politics Economics
and Society Part II
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