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FROM SLAVERY TO FEUDALISM IN SOUTH-WESTERN EUROPE (PAST AND PRESENT PUBLICATIONS)

Pierre Bonnassie

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ISBN 10: 0521363241 / ISBN 13: 9780521363242
Published by Cambridge University Press, US, 1991
Used Condition: Near Fine Hardcover
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Title: FROM SLAVERY TO FEUDALISM IN SOUTH-WESTERN ...

Publisher: Cambridge University Press, US

Publication Date: 1991

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: First Edition.

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This book is first and foremost an extended examination and discussion of the enslavement of men and women by others of their society and in particular of the means and causes of the gradual end of slavery in early medieval Europe between 500 and 1200. Drawing upon a very wide range of primary and archival sources, Professor Bonnassie places fresh findings about subjection, servitude and lordship in relation to the prevailing understanding of social history which has developed since the work of Marc Bloch. The author explains how slavery long persisted in southern France and Spain, as part of a public order that also sheltered free peasants, giving way in the tenth and eleventh centuries to a new regime of harsh lordships that mark the beginnings of feudalism. He shows that feudalism in south-western Europe was no less significant than in northern European lands.

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This book is first and foremost an extended examination and discussion of the enslavement of men and women by others of their society and in particular of the means and causes of the gradual end of slavery in early medieval Europe between 500 and 1200.

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