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By Julia Crick,Elisabeth van van Houts

ISBN-10: 0521713234

ISBN-13: 9780521713238

ISBN-10: 0521885612

ISBN-13: 9780521885614

The years among 900 and 1200 observed transformative social switch in Europe, together with the construction of in depth town-dwelling populations and the proliferation of feudalised elites and bureaucratic monarchies. In England those advancements have been complex and sped up by means of repeated episodes of invasion, migration and alterations of regime. during this ebook, students from disciplines together with heritage, archaeology and literature think about the main traits which formed English society in those years of transition and choose key issues which encapsulate the interval. The authors discover the panorama of britain, its mineral wealth, its cities and rural lifestyles, the overall healthiness, behaviour and responsibilities of its population, styles of religious and highbrow lifestyles and the polyglot nature of its inhabitants and tradition. What emerges is an perception into the complexity, range and richness of this formative interval of English history.

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