Written By 19 Scholars Of History, Archaeology, And Ethnology, This Book Takes A Multidisciplinary Approach To European Spaces Of The Past And The Human Agents Within Them Prior To The Industrial Era, The Geography Of Europe Posed Problems But Also Offered Possibilities For Its People Distances Created Obstacles To Communication And State Formation, But At The Same Time, Inhabitants And Officials In Peripheral Areas Gained Room To Pursue Independent Action, Allowing Unique Customs To Flourish Focusing On Northern Europe, This History Answers How Early Modern Europeansrulers, Officials, Aristocrats, Scholars, Priests, And Commonersperceived, Utilized, And Organized The Space Around Them.
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- 394 pages
- Physical and Cultural Space in Pre-Industrial Europe
- Marko Lamberg
- 23 July 2018 Marko Lamberg