Dictionary of the Middle Ages: Supplement, Volume 1

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Scribner, 2004 - History - 722 pages
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This single-volume supplement to the Dartmouth Medal-winning "Dictionary of the Middle Ages" features more than 300 articles written by a new generation of scholars on new or newly understood topics relating to the period. Like the original set, the "Supplement"'s coverage ranges over one thousand years of European and Middle Eastern history, covering the people, places and institutions of both high and popular culture. Articles include: Body Capital punishment Chastity belt Child rearing Monumental architecture Vatican library Violence William ("Braveheart") Wallace Women And many others

Students at the high school level through graduate school have relied on the "Dictionary of Middle Ages" for years and this supplement updates the set, ensuring its value for the next generation of researchers.

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