The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean world in the age of Philip II, Volume 2

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Harper & Row, 1976 - History - 1418 pages
Researches the evolution of Mediterranean empires, cultural developments, and political events during the sixteenth century

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User Review  - KirkLowery - LibraryThing

I've given this one star rating not because of content, but because of the writing style. I simply got tired of wading through the verbiage. Now, I have taken into account the fact that the book is a ... Read full review

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The period the title'd suggest covers more or less half, maybe three quarters, of a century, but Braudel is known for what was dubbed the 'longue durée' philosophy of history. What that means in ... Read full review

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Resources and Weaknesses
681
societies
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Fernan Braudel was the author of several acclaimed histories, including "A History of Civilizations", "On History", "The Structures of Everyday Life", & "The Wheels of Commerce". He died in 1985.

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