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The Fourteenth Century, 1307-99 May McKisack

The Fourteenth Century, 1307-99 By May McKisack

The Fourteenth Century, 1307-99 by May McKisack


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This historical study analyzes the problems confronting the last of the Plantagenets, including the course and effects of the Scottish and Hundred Years Wars, the influence of the Black Death and fluctuating economic fortunes on the Peasants' Revolt, and schism in the English Church.

The Fourteenth Century, 1307-99 Summary

The Fourteenth Century, 1307-99 by May McKisack

The reigns of Edward II, Edward III and Richard II saw the monarchy survive a number of political crises which significantly influenced the legal, administrative and parliamentary developments of the period. This work, now available in paperback for the first time, examines the problems confronting the last of the Plantagenets, including the course and effects of the Scottish and Hundred Years Wars, the influence of the Black Death and fluctuating economic fortunes on the Peasants' Revolt, and the implications of the Great Schism and Lollardy for the English Church.

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GOR001253395
9780192852502
0192852507
The Fourteenth Century, 1307-99 by May McKisack
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press
19910905
619
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