The decline of Rome and the rise of mediaeval Europe
Examines the major factors leading to the decline of ancient Rome from the fourth to the seventh century and interprets the significance of this era to the development of Western civilization
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This could be a bookend to Starr's work on the fall of Rome and is in the same excellent short Cornell University series from the 1950s. The attempt was to re-acquaint students with the basics of Western civilization, and to defend it. In this endeavor they succeeded. The most interesting section is surveying the colorful past of explaining Rom's decline (Chapter IV Decline and Fall).
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JSTOR: The Decline of Rome and the Rise of Mediaeval Europe
SOLOMON KATZ, The Decline of Rome and the Rise of Mediaeval Europe. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1955. Pp. ix, 164; 2 maps. Paper. $1.25. ...
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The Decline of Rome and the Rise of Mediaeval Europe. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1955. 100-105. Mark A. Kishlansky, Geary, Patrick J., and Patrica O'Brian. ...
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Nova Reads: The Emergence of Rome as Ruler of the Western World
... and Empire through 180 ad You should also consider reading the companion book, The Decline of Rome and the Rise of Mediaeval Europe by Simon Katz. ...
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