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The Usborne Internet-linked medieval world

Author: Jane Bingham; Susie McCaffrey; Usborne Publishing Ltd.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic, 2005, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An illustrated description of ancient life-styles and cultures.
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Genre/Form: Encyclopedias
Computer network resources
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jane Bingham; Susie McCaffrey; Usborne Publishing Ltd.
ISBN: 043978493X 9780439784931
OCLC Number: 62697460
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 96 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 28 cm
Contents: The Byzantine Empire --
The Barbarian kingdoms --
Return to Christianity --
The rise of Islam --
The Arab world --
Vikings at home --
Vikings abroad --
Anglo-Saxon England --
Charlemagne's Empire --
The Holy Roman Empire --
The Norman conquests --
The Hundred Years' War --
Kings, nobles and peasants --
Knights, soldiers and war --
Living in a castle --
Living in a village --
Living in a town --
Traders and towns --
The power of the popes --
Enemies of the church --
Building a cathedral --
Going on a pilgrimage --
Monks and monasteries --
Art in the Middle Ages --
The Crusades --
The Black Death --
Criminals and outlaws --
Kingdoms and the Celts --
The rise of Burgundy --
The Wars of the Roses --
Mongol invaders --
Triumphs of the Turks --
Kingdoms of Eastern Europe --
The rise of the Russians --
The struggle for Spain --
Conquerors of North Africa --
Cities of East Africa --
Kingdoms of West Africa --
Conquerors of Northern India --
Kingdoms of Southern India --
Kingdoms of Southeast Asia --
Dynasties of China --
Land of the Samurai --
Explorers and sailors --
The people of the Pacific --
Native North Americans --
The Aztec Empire --
The Maya and the Toltecs --
Empires of the Andes --
Artists of Italy --
Ideas and inventions --
Voyages of discovery.
Other Titles: Internet-linked medieval world
Medieval world
Responsibility: Jane Bingham ; designed by Susie McCaffrey [and others].

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An illustrated description of ancient life-styles and cultures.

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