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The Making of the Middle Ages$
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Marios Costambeys, Andrew Hamer, and Martin Heale

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9781846310683

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: January 2019

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9781846310683.001.0001

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The Use and Abuse of the Early Middle Ages, 1750–2000

The Use and Abuse of the Early Middle Ages, 1750–2000

(p.36) The Use and Abuse of the Early Middle Ages, 1750–2000
The Making of the Middle Ages

Ian Wood

Liverpool University Press

‘The Use and Abuse of the Early Middle Ages, 1750–2000’, written by Ian Wood, provides an unbalanced account of the basic development of interpretations of the early middle ages, and the contexts in which those interpretations evolved. Wood dedicates the majority of his essay to a small number of readings of the Frankish past, which he argues have been forgotten.

Keywords:   History, British History, Medievalism, Ancient History and Classics, Middle Ages, Medieval Ages

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