- Travelling through the Middle Ages, AD 300-1000
- Number of pages
- Zwolle: WBooks
- Allard Pierson Museums series
- Volume (Serie)
- Document type
- Book editing
Faculty of Humanities (FGw)
Amsterdam School for Heritage and Memory Studies (AHM)
This publication presents the Early Middle Ages as a period of transformation when cultural exchange was reflected in the development of different regional cultures in Europe from Ireland to the Mediterranean, from the Baltic to Greece and Spain. The overarching themes of connectivity and diversity give shape to individual elements such as the heritage of the ancient Roman Empire, the effects of travel and the impact of war, the representation of identity and the connection of knowledge and faith as Jewish, Christian and Muslim groups coexisted, reflecting the cohesive nature of Europe in the Early Middle Ages.
- Available in university library UvA. - Also published in Dutch: Crossroads : Reizen door de Middeleeuwen, 300-1000 n. Chr.
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