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Title: Iberia and the Mediterranean World of the Middle Ages, Volume II: Essays in Honor of Robert I Burns SJ
Author: Chevedden, Paul E Donald J Kagay, Paul G Padilla (eds)
Publisher: Brill; Publication Date: 1995
Hardcover; ISBN: 9789004105737
Volumes: 1; Pages: xl, 464
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Brill's seriesThe Medieval Mediterranean has established itself as the main forum for studies exploring all aspects of the Mediterranean world during a period of 1000 years.In the medieval period, the Mediterranean experienced a multiplicity of developments in social, political and economic structures, and in populations, religions and cultures. The centuries between the Late Roman world of the fourth and fifth century and the early modern, "Braudelian", Mediterranean of the sixteenth century were characterised by sweeping changes, including the establishment of post-Roman kingdoms in the west, the emergence of Slav societies in the Balkans, the struggle between Christians and Muslims in Spain and the movement of crusaders.Founded in 1993,The Medieval Mediterranean series reflects the complexity of this period with a wide variety of high-quality scholarly works: from broad surveys to diachronic studies of particular areas or cities; investigations of individual themes or issues; conference proceedings, text editions and fully annotated translations.Top specialists in a range of fields have contributed to the series and the volumes which have appeared so far have been warmly welcomed by reviewers. This series is indispensable for readers with interests in the history of later antiquity, the Middle Ages, Byzantium, Islam, the Balkans and the Black Sea area.