This authoritative survey of england within the later heart a long time includes 28 chapters written via major figures within the box.
- Covers social, financial, political, spiritual, and cultural historical past in England, eire, Scotland, and Wales
- Provides a advisor to the ancient debates over the later heart Ages
- Addresses questions on the innovative of historic scholarship
- Each bankruptcy contains feedback for additional reading
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