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Warfare in the Dark Ages free pdf The articles in this volume explore the way in which military developments helped to sculpt, out of very strange and diverse components, our familiar Europe. The period studied covers the fall of the Western Roman Empire, the rise of the Carolingian Empire and its eventual collapse, leaving a vacuum in the heart of Europe into which flowed new forces: the Vikings from outside and the great lords from within.

About John France

John France is Professor in the Department of History, University of Wales Swansea, UK. Kelly DeVries is Professor in the Department of History, Loyola College, USA. Walter Goffart, Thomas Anderson Jr, Rudi Paul Lindner, Peter Heather, Speros Vyronis Jr, E.A. Thompson, J.M. Wallace-Hadrill, Thomas S. Burns, Christopher Holdsworth, R.A. Markus, Michael E. Jones, Bernard S. Bachrach, Simon Coupland, Timothy Reuter, Charles R. Bowlus, John France, Brian Dearden, Anthony Clark, Richard Abels, N.P. Brookes, Karl Leyser, Alex Roland, J.F. Haldon, H. Kennedy.

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Author : John France
Publisher : Ashgate Publishing Limited
Data Published : 07 March 2008
ISBN : 0754625575
EAN : 9780754625575
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 500 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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