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Author Rice, Eugene F., author

Title The foundations of early modern Europe, 1460-1559 / Eugene F. Rice Jr ; with Anthony Grafton

Publication Info. New York : W.W. Norton, [1994]

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Location Call No. Status
 CCQ - C Ring Library  CB359 .R53 1994    Available
 CCQ - Lusail Male Library  CB359.R53 1994 c.2  Available
Edition 2nd ed
Description xiv, 218 pages : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm
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Series The Norton history of modern Europe
Norton history of modern Europe
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [203]-207) and index
Contents Science, technology, and discovery -- The economic expansion of Europe -- Renaissance society and humanist culture -- The formation of the early modern state -- Revolution and reformation in the church : the problem of authority -- Revolution and reformation in the church : the problem of conversion
Summary This synthesis of Europe's Renaissance and Reformation periods thematically traces the transition from the medieval to the modern. The major themes of the book include technological breakthroughs and their social and economic consequences, the connections between the discovery of new lands and the recovery of ancient learning, Europe's economic expansion, humanist culture, the formation of the early modern state, and reform and revolution in the Church
Subject Renaissance
Reformation
Europe -- Civilization
Added Author Grafton, Anthony, author
ISBN 9780393963045