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by J. M Wallace-Hadrill

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ISBN:
0760708312
Author:
J. M Wallace-Hadrill
Category:
Europe
Language:
English
Publisher:
Barnes & Noble ;; 3rd edition (1998)
Pages:
183 pages
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Wallace-Hadrill was born on 29 September 1916 in Bromsgrove, where his father was a master at Bromsgrove . The Barbarian West, 400–1000 (1952). The Fourth Book of the Chronicle of Fredegar with Its Continuations (1960). The Long-haired Kings (London, 1962).

Wallace-Hadrill was born on 29 September 1916 in Bromsgrove, where his father was a master at Bromsgrove School. He was Professor of Mediaeval History at the University of Manchester between 1955 and 1961. Early Germanic Kingship in England and the Continent (Oxford, 1971).

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In this perceptive and stimulating book, Professor Wallace-Hadrill traces the development of Western Europe from .

In this perceptive and stimulating book, Professor Wallace-Hadrill traces the development of Western Europe from the dissolution of the late Roman Empire to the emergence, in the tenth century, of the individual states of medieval Europe. J. M. Wallace-Hadrill (1916-1985), formerly Chichele Professor of Modern History, was Emeritus Fellow of All Souls College and Honorary Fellow of Merton College and Corpus Christi College, Oxford.

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In this perceptive and stimulating book, Professor Wallace-Hadrill traces the development of Western Europe . Wallace-Hadrill, formerly Chichele Professor of Modern History, was Emeritus Fellow of All Souls College and Honorary Fellow of Merton College and Corpus Christi College, Oxford.

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J. The barbarian West, 400-1000 Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The barbarian West, 400-1000 from your list? The barbarian West, 400-1000. by J. In the fourth century the Roman Empire was under threat. The Barbarians were becoming a powerful force in Europe, and the Huns, the most savage of these tribesmen, were sweeping south towards the imperial frontiers.

In the fourth century the Roman Empire was under threat. The Barbarians were becoming a powerful force in Europe, and the Huns, the most savage of these tribesmen, were sweeping south towards the imperial frontiers. At the same time the Empire faced growing internal social and economic problems: plague and war had diminished the agricultural population and productivity was falling; the army was under increasing strain in defending the extensive boundaries. Christianity, too, continued to prove an unsettling influence - accepted and established in Constantinople, but not in Rome.In this perceptive and stimulating book, Professor Wallace-Hadrill traces the development of Western Europe from the dissolution of the late Roman Empire to the emergence, in the tenth century, of the individual states of medieval Europe. Now in its fourth edition, The Barbarian West contains a fully revised and up-to-date bibliography.