Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages 500 1300 2 vols

Winner of the 2020 Verbruggen prize This book offers an an overview of the current state of research and a basic route map for navigating an abundant historiography available in 10 different languages.

Author: Florin Curta

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004395190

Category: History

Page: 1426

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This book offers an an overview of the current state of research and a basic route map for navigating an abundant historiography available in 10 different languages. The book is also an invitation to comparison between various parts of the region over the same period.

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