Item description for Atlas of Medieval Europe by Angus Konstam...
The image of armored knights and elaborate castles is put into its true historic perspective with Atlas of Medieval Europe. The centuries-long historic era is traced from its stagnant origins in the Dark Ages, through the spread of religion, the Norman conquest, and the Crusades, to the development of towns, trade, science, and art that gave birth to the Renaissance. The course of the medieval period is divided by century and theme, detailing the evolution of the continent and constant influences such as war and religion. Unique maps illustrate the geography of battlegrounds, trade centers and routes, and empire territories, while a continuous timeline highlights key events and people. Atlas of Medieval Europe is rounded out by special studies which highlight subjects in the political, military and cultural arenas, and is illustrated by a wealth of photographs and contemporary paintings.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.8" Width: 8.9" Height: 1" Weight: 3 lbs.
Release Date Apr 19, 2007
Publisher Mercury Books
ISBN 1904668100 ISBN13 9781904668107
Availability 0 units.
More About Angus Konstam
Angus Konstam is a distinguished historian and author of many Civil War books, including Duel of the Ironclads, The Pocket Book of Civil War Weapons and The Pocket Book of Civil War Battle Sites. He was also the general editor of The Civil War: A Visual Encyclopedia. He served in the Royal Navy and was the chief curator of the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum in Key West, Florida.
Angus Konstam was born in 1960.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Atlas of Medieval Europe?
Atlas of Medieval Europe (Historical Atlas) Aug 22, 2006
This is an attractive and interesting summary of the middle ages. But it has very few maps and those it has are not very detailed. Not really a serious atlas.
Another excellant atlas for medieval lovers Nov 9, 2004
I like this book cuase it's plain and simple giving me just the facts without getting it too stale, also it has beautiful illustrations and easy to read maps and charts in the whole defently a worthwhile book to have for any medieval lover
Essential at-a-glance details for all ages Jan 23, 2001
This atlas of the middle ages provides a rich timeline of information organized with color illustrations and sections which pack in dates, events, and cultural observation. From the Crusades and Feudalism to the collapse of the Papacy in the 14th century and the rise of modern Europe, Angus Konstam's Atlas of Medieval Europe provides essential at-a-glance details for all ages.