Barbarian EuropeBook - 1968
A six-hundred-year history of medieval Europe, covering the spread of Christianity to barbaric tribes; the rise of parliamentary government and the stabilization of nation states; the development of court and jury justice; the revival and expansion of trade; the growth of towns, feudal life, and education; and the new trends in art and architecture.
Publisher: New York, Time-Life Books 
Characteristics: 192 p. illus. (part col.), col. maps. 28 cm
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