Seventeenth-Century Europe: State, Conflict and Social Order in Europe 1598-1700 - Macmillan History of Europe (Paperback)Thomas Munck (author)
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- gives full prominence to the political context of the period, arguing that the Thirty Years War is vital to understanding the social and political developments of the early modern period
- provides detailed coverage of the debates surrounding the 'general crisis', absolutism and the growth of the state, and the implications these had for townspeople, the peasantry and the poor
- examines changes in economic orientation within Europe, as well as continuity and change in mental and cultural traditions at different social levels.
Now fully revised, this second edition of a well-established and approachable synthesis features important new material on the Ottomans, Christian-Moslem contacts and on the role of women. The text has also been thoroughly updated to take account of recent research.
Publisher: Palgrave USA
Number of pages: 528
Weight: 781 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 28 mm
Edition: 2nd ed. 2005
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