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The Birth of Europe

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288 pages
In this ground-breaking new study,Jacques Le Goff, arguably the leading medievalist of his generation, presents his view of the primacy of the Middle Ages in the development of European history.

  • "[A] superb and necessary book. This provocative assessment from a lifetime of scholarship might help us to place ourselves, not just territorially, but in that other precious element of history: time." The Guardian
  • "A book that never fails to be informative, readable and provocative. Le Goff... has been the bravest and best of champions for medieval history. This book... is in every sense an inspiration." BBC History Magazine
  • Praised by prominent figures in Europe and history including: Rt Hon Christopher Patten, CH, Former Member of the European Commission, and Neil Kinnock, Vice-President, European Commission.
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Series Editor’s Preface Acknowledgments Maps
Introduction
Contents
Preludes: Before the Middle Ages
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The Conception of Europe (Fourth to Eighth Centuries)
An Aborted Europe: The Carolingian World (Eighth to Tenth Centuries)
A Dream of Europe and the Potential Europe of the Year 1000 Feudal Europe (Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries)
The ‘‘Fine’’ Europe of Towns and Universities (Thirteenth Century)
The Autumn of the Middle Ages or the Spring of a New Age?
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Conclusion
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Chronology A Selective Thematic Bibliography Index
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