2 edition of Modern Europe, 1789-1960. found in the catalog.
Modern Europe, 1789-1960.
Alfred Eric Ecclestone
Written in English
Previous ed. 1947.
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||358|
Contents Giovanna Granata and Angela Nuovo, Introduction. The development of the book market and book collecting in the sixteenth century Giovanna Granata, The collection of Monserrat Rosselló in the University Library of Cagliari Maria Alessandra. Shadow an early modern writer at work and you find yourself not in the valley of the shadow of the book but in a lively province of the past. Intellectual historians can learn a lot when they trace not only the cerebral creation of high ideas, but also the low toil of inky fingers.
Early modern Europe, by H. G. Koenigsberger, , Longman edition, in English. "The title of this book, and perhaps also of the course for which you are reading it, is Early Modern Europe. The dates in the title inform you about the chronological span covered (), but they do not explain the designation "early modern.".
Covering European history from the invention of the printing press to the French Revolution, this accessible and engaging textbook offers an innovative account of people's lives, from a variety of backgrounds, in the early modern period and within the global context of European developments. Six central topics - individuals in society, politics and power, cultural and intellectual life Reviews: 1. Here you will find AP European History outlines for the A History of the Modern World, 9th Edition Textbook. Series: History of the Modern World; Hardcover: pages; Publisher: 9 Sub edition (January ) Language: English; ISBN ; ISBN
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