Paris in the Middle Ages
Centering on the streets of this metropolis, Simone Roux peers into the secret lives of people within their homes and the public world of affairs and entertainments, populating the book with laborers, shop keepers, magistrates, thieves, and strollers.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - nemoman - LibraryThing
This is a fairly dry history of Paris during the latter middle ages. The book simply does not live up to the Amazon review. It does very little, in fact, to permit you to peer into the everyday lives ... Read full review