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A History of the Middle Ages

(DVD - 2006 )
A History of the Middle Ages


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The Middle Ages is commonly referred to as the period between the fall of the Roman Empire in Western Europe and the Renaissance. This program delves into a comprehensive overview of the people, places and events that defined this period. From Charlemagne through the legendary Crusades and the horrific Black Death, garner a feel for the era by focusing on three distinct eras of medieval time: the Early, High and Late Middle Ages.
Title: A history of the Middle Ages
[videorecording]
Publisher: Wynnewood, PA :, Distr. by Schlessinger Media,, p2006
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (23 min.) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in
Statement of Responsibility: produced and directed by Tremendous! Entertainment
Notes: Title from container
DVD features: chapter select
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Summary: The Middle Ages is commonly referred to as the period between the fall of the Roman Empire in Western Europe and the Renaissance. This program delves into a comprehensive overview of the people, places and events that defined this period. From Charlemagne through the legendary Crusades and the horrific Black Death, garner a feel for the era by focusing on three distinct eras of medieval time: the Early, High and Late Middle Ages.
Terms Of Use: Public performance rights
ISBN: 1417102985
Branch Call Number: DVD j 940.1 HISTORY
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