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From the Dark Ages to the Renaissance free pdf The first two titles in the "History of Europe" series, telling the story of European politics, culture and society from prehistory to the present day. These are the first two books in the "History of Europe" series, telling the story of European politics, culture and society from prehistory to the present day. The first book covers the earliest civilization in Minoa in Crete to the fragmentation of the Roman Empire into the "barbarian" kingdoms of the West and the Byzantine Empire in the East. The second book begins with the rise of the Emperor Charlemagne to dominate Western Europe and finishes with the artistic triumphs of the High Renaissance. Both books are extensively illustrated with colour photographs and include timeliness and specially commissioned maps.

About Peter P. Liddel

Dr John Stevenson is one of Britain's most distinguished historians. He is currently Fellow and Tutor in History at Worcester College, Oxford University, and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. As well as acting as a contributor or general editor to a number of major reference works including The Macmillan Dictionary of British and European History Since 1914 and The Longman Handbook of Modern European History 1763-1997, Dr Stevenson has been a consultant to the BBC (WGBH) series The People's Century and most recently contributed to 1939: The World We Lost for Channel 4.

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Author : Peter P. Liddel
Publisher : Mitchell Beazley
Data Published : 13 February 2006
ISBN : 184533163X
EAN : 9781845331634
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 144 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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