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by Samuel Kline Cohn

eBook Popular Protest in Late-Medieval Europe: Italy, France and Flanders (Manchester Medieval Sources) epub
  • ISBN: 0719067308
  • Author: Samuel Kline Cohn
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Europe
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Manchester University Press (March 2, 2005)
  • Pages: 176 pages
  • ePUB size: 1630 kb
  • FB2 size 1182 kb
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Samuel Kline Cohn Jr is Professor Medieval History at the University of Glasgow. A great primary source that traces the development of popular uprisings and protests throughout t he later Middle Ages.

Samuel Kline Cohn Jr is Professor Medieval History at the University of Glasgow. Series: Manchester Medieval Sources MUP. Paperback: 416 pages. The chapters spotlighting the Jacquerie and the Ciompi Revolt after the Black Death are breath-taking in particular. A must-have for all medieval enthusiasts.

Start by marking Popular Protest in Late-Medieval Europe: Italy . They comprise a diversity of sources and cover a variety of forms of popular protest in different social, political and economic settings.

Start by marking Popular Protest in Late-Medieval Europe: Italy, France and Flanders as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Their authors include revolutionaries, the artistocracy, merchants The documents in this fascinating volume focus on the "contagion of rebellion" that followed the Black Death, which ravaged Europe in the years between 1355 and 1382.

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Samuel Kline Cohn, Rosemary Horrox, Simon MacLean. The documents in this stimulating volume span from 1245 to 1424 but focus on the 'contagion of rebellion' from 1355 to 1382 that followed in the wake of the plague. Their authors range across a wide political and intellectual horizon and include revolutionaries, the artistocracy, merchants and representatives from the church.

Although Cohn did not accomplish his original objective of a broad sourcebook covering late medieval Europe .

Although Cohn did not accomplish his original objective of a broad sourcebook covering late medieval Europe, readers still will find this an outstanding collection of source material, much of it translated into English for the first time. Wir schlagen Ihnen folgende Zitierweise für diesen Beitrag vor: Larson, Peter L. zu: Popular Protest in Late Medieval Europe: Italy, France, and Flanders (Manchester Medieval Sources). Ed. by Samuel K. Cohn, Jr. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2004.

They comprise a diversity of sources and cover a variety of forms of popular protest in different social, political and economic settings. They tell gripping and often gruesome stories of personal and collective violence, anguish, anger, terror, bravery, and foolishness

They comprise a diversity of sources and cover a variety of forms of popular protest in different . This book will be essential reading for those seeking to better understand popular attitudes and protest in medieval Europe. They tell gripping and often gruesome stories of personal and collective violence, anguish, anger, terror, bravery, and foolishness. File: PDF, . 9 MB. Читать онлайн.

Italy, France and Flanders. Series: Manchester Medieval Sources. By Samuel Kline Cohn Jr. Paperback. Samuel Kline Cohn Jr is Professor Medieval History at the University of Glasgow.

The documents in this fascinating volume focus on the "contagion of rebellion" that followed the Black Death, which ravaged Europe in the years between 1355 and 1382. They comprise a diversity of sources and cover a variety of forms of popular protest in different social, political and economic settings. Their authors include revolutionaries, the artistocracy, merchants and representatives from the church. Of more than 200 documents presented here, most have been translated into English for the first time, providing students and scholars with a new opportunity to compare social movements across Europe over two centuries.
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