This Seventh Volume Of The New Cambridge Medieval History Covers The Last Century Interpreted Broadly Of The Traditional Western Middle Ages It Takes Account Of Much New Research And Modern, Interdisciplinary Approaches To The Study And Writing Of History To Present A Broad View Of Late Medieval Society Across Europe It Deals With Ideas About Government, Social And Economic Change And Development, The World Of The Spirit, As Well As The History Of Individual Countries, In Many Of Which The Powers Of Central Government Were Greatly Extended.
Christopher Thomas Allmand is an English medieval historian, with a special focus on the Late Middle Ages in England and France, and the Hundred Years War He was Professor of Medieval History at the University of Liverpool until his retirement in 1998, and is now Honorary Senior Fellow at the university.
- 1072 pages
- The New Cambridge Medieval History, Volume 7: c.1415 - c.1500
- Christopher Allmand
- 21 March 2017 Christopher Allmand