The decline of Rome and the rise of mediaeval Europe

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Cornell University Press, 1955 - History - 164 pages
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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 ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue
3
Crisis and Recovery
25
The Ordeal and Triumph of Christianity
53
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