To our modern minds, the Middle Ages seem to mix the well-known and familiar with wildly alien concepts and circumstances. The Middle Ages Unlocked provides an invaluable introduction to this complex and dynamic period in England. Exploring a wide range of topics from law, religion and education to landscape, art and magic, between the eleventh and early fourteenth centuries, the structures, institutions and circumstances that formed the basis for daily life and society are revealed. Drawing on their expertise in history and archaeology, Dr Gillian Polack and Dr Katrin Kania look at the tangible aspects of daily life – ranging from the raw materials used for crafts, clothing and jewellery to housing and food – in order to bring the Middle Ages to life. The Middle Ages Unlocked dispels modern assumptions about this period to uncover the complex tapestry of medieval England and the people who lived there.
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Gillian Polack is a novelist, editor and medieval historian as well as a lecturer. She has been published in both the academic world and the world of historical fiction. Katrin Kania is a freelance textile archaeologist and teacher as well as a published academic. She has published books and articles in both German and English. New York Times bestselling medieval historical novelist Elizabeth Chadwick.Review:
Authors Polack and Kania present readers with a comprehensive examination of life, including law, religion, education, the landscape, the arts, and the conceptual use of and belief in magic during the Middle Ages in England. The authors cover the people of Medieval England; the life phases of people during the Middle Ages in England; the government, religious life, military, farming practices, hunting practices, crafting and arts of Medieval England, and many other related subjects. Gillian Polack is an independent historian and novelist. Katrin Kania is an independent textile archaeologist. (Protoview)
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