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John D. Clare (ed). Devastating famine, war, & the mysterious horror of the Black Death rocked Europe during the 14th century. Some even thought the end of the world was at hand. Yet, amidst all the dangers, Europe’s young towns continued to grow & to shape the world. This “Living History” book covers such topics as farming; the growth of towns; a 14th-century street; inside a merchant’s house; the Catholic Church, saints & Holy Day parades; markets, merchants, & craftspeople; guilds & apprenticeship; schools & universities; the plague & its results; war & the town; the Lollard Movement; & the rich, the poor, & rebellions. Striking photos. Juvenile audience.
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