RE-DISCOVERING MEDIEVAL REALMS
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Encouraging students to make their own investigations, reach their own conclusions, and question stereotypical views of the past, these lessons developed by the Schools History Project for the British National Curriculum use an issues-based approach.
Students explore the Norman Conquest; daily life at different levels of society; the limits on royal power that resulted from conflicts between Henry II and Becket, and between King John and nearly everyone; justice in the Middle Ages; the Black Death; and the Peasants’ Revolt. Dense with illustrations and counterbalancing excerpts from primary sources, the texts reveal the complexity of the past, but still provide a clear sense of the main outlines of historical development.
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2000 revised edition
7½" x 11"
John Murray (published in England)