Late Medieval France (European History in Perspective)
By: Graeme Small (author)Hardback
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This book is suitable for undergraduate students of History, French or European Studies taking courses on Medieval France, the Hundred Years War, or Medieval Europe; secondary students of Medieval History; and postgraduates, scholars and teachers of Medieval France. It presents a fresh introduction to the political history of late medieval France during the turbulent period of the Hundred Years' War, taking into account the social, economic, and religious contexts. Graeme Small considers not just the monarchy but also prelates, noble networks and the emerging municipalities in this new analysis.
GRAEME SMALL is Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Glasgow, UK.
Acknowledgements Note on Money Maps Genealogy Introduction Ruling the French in the Late Middle Ages Rural France, c.1300-1500 Royal France, c.1328-1380 Royal France, c.1380-1461 Municipal France, c.1300-1500 Epilogue Further Reading Notes Index
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