Daily Life in the World of Charlemagne

Daily Life in the World of Charlemagne

With Expanded Footnotes

Book - 1988
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In the growth of towns and the revival of commerce, historians have seen the development of a bourgeois and capitalist Europe, but Pierre Rich#65533; reminds us that Carolingians saw a world of forest and wasteland, in which scattered castles and villages were outposts against the savagery of nature, bands of outlaws, and a myriad of pagan superstitions. Daily Life in the World of Charlemagne gives us a vivid and deeply textured picture of the fear and insecurity that drove people, great and humble alike, to draw together with one another, with their stronger neighbors, and with God and His saints, in search of protection and sustenance.

Rich#65533; makes extensive use of modern social history techniques and the tools of new studies on nutrition, disease, demography, and climatology, as well as art history and archaeology, to comprehend the Carolingian mentality and reconstruct the material culture of the early European world.

Publisher: [Philadelphia? Pa.] : University of Pennsylvania Press, 1988.
ISBN: 9780812210965
0812210964
Branch Call Number: 944.01 R397
DC33.2 .R5413 1988
Characteristics: xvi, 334 pages : map, plans ; 23 cm.

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