Buildings and Landmarks of Medieval Europe: The Middle Ages Revealed

Buildings and Landmarks of Medieval Europe: The Middle Ages Revealed

by James B. Tschen-Emmons
English | 2016 | ISBN: 1440841810 | 382 Pages | PDF | 47 MB

Buildings and Landmarks of Medieval Europe: The Middle Ages Revealed makes use of significant buildings as "representative structures" to provide insight into specific cultures, historical periods, or topics of the Middle Ages. The explanations of these buildings' construction, original intended use and change over time, and design elements allow readers to better comprehend what life in European societies of the past was like, covering social, political, economic, and intellectual perspectives. Readers will be able to apply what they learn from the discussions of the structures to improve their understanding of the historical period as well as their skills of observation and assessment needed to analyze these landmark structures and draw meaningful conclusions about their context and significance.

Supplies fascinating and interactive ways to learn about these buildings and the motivations of the people who created them

Spotlights buildings and structures that are visually compelling as well as historically significant in order to heighten readers' interest in the content

Ideally suited to support the emerging set of Common Core Standards for Social Studies that specifically calls for students to learn how to integrate information from diverse formats and media

Includes photographs of medieval buildings with descriptions and historical analysis, sidebars with additional info and primary sources

The book's supporting features - a chronology, biographical appendix, glossary, and subject index - help researchers in successfully completing their papers or projects.


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