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Violence and Society in the Early Medieval West

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'Thought-provoking and characterised by a high level of scholarship' History
'An important addition to the dialogue concerning the nature of conflict and its resolution in the early medieval West' HISTORIAN (US)
The 'violence' of life in the middle ages is nowadays both taken for granted and little understood. The essays in this collection all suggest or explore reasons why violent acts might have been perpetrated, and attempt to understand the social priorities which governed such acts. Broadly, the studies clarify issues relating to the creation of political identities and the establishment of social order, and cover matters of administration, religious ritual, and gender.
GUY HALSALL is lecturer in the Department of History, Birkbeck College, University of London. Contributors: GUY HALSALL, LUIS A. GARCIA MORENO, PAUL FOURACRE, T.S. BROWN, JANET L. NELSON, N.B. AITCHISON, MATTHEW BENNETT, GUY A.E. MORRIS, S.J. SPEIGHT, ROSS BALZARETTI, JULIE COLEMAN, NANCY L. WICKER.

In very good condition.

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Author(s):
Guy Halsall
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2002
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0851158498
ISBN-13:
9780851158495
Number of pages:
240
Publisher:
Boydell Press

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'Thought-provoking and characterised by a high level of scholarship' History
'An important addition to the dialogue concerning the nature of conflict and its resolution in the early medieval West' HISTORIAN (US)
The 'violence' of life in the middle ages is nowadays both taken for granted and little understood. The essays in this collection all suggest or explore reasons why violent acts might have been perpetrated, and attempt to understand the social priorities which governed such acts. Broadly, the studies clarify issues relating to the creation of political identities and the establishment of social order, and cover matters of administration, religious ritual, and gender.
GUY HALSALL is lecturer in the Department of History, Birkbeck College, University of London. Contributors: GUY HALSALL, LUIS A. GARCIA MORENO, PAUL FOURACRE, T.S. BROWN, JANET L. NELSON, N.B. AITCHISON, MATTHEW BENNETT, GUY A.E. MORRIS, S.J. SPEIGHT, ROSS BALZARETTI, JULIE COLEMAN, NANCY L. WICKER.

In very good condition.

Author(s):
Guy Halsall
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2002
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0851158498
ISBN-13:
9780851158495
Number of pages:
240
Publisher:
Boydell Press

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