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Title: Medieval Germany: An Encyclopedia
Author: Jeep, John M
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Publisher: Routledge/Taylor & Francis; Publication Date: 2001
Hardcover; ISBN: 9780824076443
Volumes: 1; Pages: 928
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This A-Z encyclopedia features over 500 entries on the Middle Ages in the German and Dutch-speaking world. It offers the most recent scholarship available, while also providing detail on the daily life of medieval Germans.
Entries include: * Boethius * Charles III, the Fat * Clothing, costume and fashion * Conradin of Hohenstaufen * Crusades, recruitment * Dutch languages and dialects * Friederich I Barbarossa * Johan Gutenberg * Hammer of Witches * Medicine * Nobility and farmers and many more
"This compilation is worthy of purchase for any library desirous of having a high-quality medieval history collection."--American Reference Books Annual, 2002
"A substantial volume, useful to students and specialists, which covers every aspect of the German- and Dutch-speaking medieval world, between C.E. 500 and 1500."--Reference & Research Book News, May 2001
"Anyone with a serious interest in the Middle Ages will welcome this new Garland volume, like earlier ones in the group, for the particular context it provides. Recommended for large public and academic libraries."--Booklist/RBB, April 2001
"The articles, written with general readers and experts in mind, are admirably succinct and balanced, cite bibliographies, and provide cross references. ... Highly recommended for libraries and individuals specializing in German studies."--Choice, May 2001