The Medieval & Early Modern World
Following in the footsteps of The World in Ancient Time, The Medieval & Early Modern World is a compelling series that links the ancient world with the more recent history of our own times. Accessibe and enjoyable in its coverage of basic world events, each volume is authored by senior scholars and includes cutting-edge and reliable scholarship about each subject. This seven-volume set includes three volumes covering the major cultures -- the Middle East, Mali and Ghana; the Asian Steppes, China, Japan, India; Europe and Meso-America -- in medieval times. The fourth volume discusses the world renaissance in learning and religious belief and the fifth volume covers the world of science and revolutions. The six volume addresses the early modern empires of the Mughals, Spanish and Portuguese, Poles, Lithuanians, Russians, Habsburgs, Ottomans, and Manchus. A primary sources and reference volume is the perfect compliment to the series including a master series index and approximately 80 additional primary source documents. The Medieval & Early Modern World is a unique and engaging series and an essential for the classroom, library, and personal library.
- Hardback | 1232 pages
- 208.3 x 251.5 x 121.9mm | 4,354.54g
- 20 Oct 2005
- Oxford University Press, USA
- New York, NY, United States
- Illustrations, unspecified