How did the Sunni Shiite split in medieval times bring about modern tensions between Iran and Iraq? Middle Ages Reference Library helps students answer this question and many other enigmas by encouraging them to see how events and ideas are linked. Included in this set are: Middle Ages: Almanac, covering the different civilizations and peoples of Medieval times; Middle Ages: Biographies, a 2-vol. compilation of biographical essays on significant individuals of the era; and Middle Ages: Primary Sources, presenting an insightful collection of excerpts from relevant letters, journal entries, poems and more from the era.
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"The Middle Ages Reference Library set is yet another extraordinary resource from UXL that focuses on specific historical aspects. ... All four volumes are illustrated with black-and-white photographs and replicas of artwork from the Middle Ages. Each volume also contains its own index. A separate, paperback cumulative index accompanies the set. The Middle Ages Reference Library set is highly recommended."
-- ARBA (2002)
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