Readings in Medieval History



The Third Edition Includes An Updated Preface, Extensive Material From Gregory Of Tours, And A New Section, The Iberian Peninsula, Containing Material That Deals With Jews, Muslims And Heretics The Format Of Readings In Medieval History Has Also Been Altered To Make It User Friendly From Back Cover This Is The Third Edition Of Patrick J Geary S Highly Acclaimed Single Volume Collection Of Source Materials On The Medieval Period As Before, Four Principles Guide The Selection Of Materials First, Entire Documents Are Included Wherever Possible, Not Snippets Second, Texts Are Grouped To Form Dossiers In Which The Individual Documents Relate To One Another, Reflecting The Practice Of Historians Themselves Third, Most Of The Documents Chosen Have Been The Subject Of Significant Scholarship And Fourth, Raw Material For Many Types Of Historical Investigations Is Provided The Documents Are Equally Useful To The Political Historian, The Social Historian, The Cultural Historian Or The Historian Of Mentalities The Third Edition Includes An Updated Preface, Extensive Material From Gregory Of Tours, And A New Section, The Iberian Peninsula, Containing Material That Deals With Jews, Muslims And Heretics The Format Of Readings In Medieval History Has Also Been Altered To Make It User FriendlyReadings in Medieval History

Patrick J Geary is an American medieval historian and Professor of Western Medieval History at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey

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  • Paperback
  • 849 pages
  • Readings in Medieval History
  • Patrick J. Geary
  • English
  • 24 June 2017
  • 1551115506

10 thoughts on “Readings in Medieval History

  1. says:

    Great collection of primary sources.Yes it s true, this is a dry and dull book if you don t understand the context of the documents it contains, but if you do, then it s incredibly cool Read this to understand medieval laws and oaths, among other important ideas which characterized the time.I would advise against casual reading for those who dabble in history, but I would recommend this highly for any serious history student, one who is either enrolled in college or has access to someone that i Great collection of primary sources.Yes it s true, this is a dry and dull book if you don t understand the context of the documents it contains, but if you do, then it s incredibly cool Read this to understand medieval laws and oaths, among other important ideas which characterized the time.I would advise against casual reading for those who dabble in history, but I would recommend this highly for any serious history student, one who is either enrolled in college or has access to someone that is highly knowledgeable about the medieval period

  2. says:

    This is a good collection of primary source readings There is nothing ground breaking in the readings, but they are a good starting point for anybody who is trying to get a better understanding of this fascinating period of history.

  3. says:

    Primary documents on Medieval History Great reference, but dry reading unless you re a historian.

  4. says:

    A fairly good beginning medieval history reader Should be combined with Brian Tierney s work for best results.

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