Michel Zimmermann. Chronology of the Middle Ages
Language: Bulgarian. Category: Medieval Europe


    The book presents a comprehensive thousand-year chronology: from the 5th century to the 16th, from France, England, Italy, Spain, Central Europe, the Balkans, the Scandinavian countries, through the Middle and Far East. In a strict and clear order, the author has indicated the defining events, processes, and trends, the outstanding names that marked their age and foreshadowed the future. In bold strokes but without overlooking anything important, the author has depicted the multiple meanings and faces of the Middle Ages in politics, economics, culture, scientific discoveries, religion, hierarchies, migrations, changes of borders, the formation of national states, the birth of new intellectual models, new styles in art... Along with its indisputable value as a reference book, Zimmermann's Chronology essentially gives us knowledge about a part of history and provides a key to understanding and interpreting the centuries that followed it down to our time. For the Dark Ages“ were the basis of the modern development of mankind.


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370476 г. (IVV век)

476754 г. (VVIII век)

7541031 г. (VIIIXI век)

10311337 г. (XIXIV век)

13381512 г. (XIVXVI век)



Мишел Цимерман. Хронология на средновековието

Publisher Riva
Language Bulgarian
Pages 288
Illustrations b/w figures
Binding paperback
ISBN 978-954-320-350-5
Creation date 2011
Size 13 х 20 cm

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