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Description: This richly illustrated book provides a comprehensive introduction to medieval England. Written by expert scholars and drawing on the latest research, it offers an authoritative survey of the years from the departure of the Roman legions to the Battle of Bosworth. The middle ages were a time of profound diversity and change. The main political themes are explored in three narrative chapters, covering the Anglo-Saxon period, the Normans and Angevins, and the late middle ages. Chapters on the social, cultural, and religious life of the period add context to the political and institutional developments traced and cover topics as varied as the nature of national identity, urban life, art and architecture, religious practice, and the development of vernacular literature. 160 illustrations, maps, family trees, a chronology, guide to further reading, and a full index make this an indispensable guide to England in the middle ages. Contributors... Janet L. Nelson, Professor of History, King's College, London George Garnett, Fellow and Tutor in History, St Hugh's College, Oxford Chris Given-Wilson, Senior Lecturer in Medieval History, University of St Andrews Christopher Dyer, Professor of Medieval Social History, University of Birmingham Henrietta Leyser, Lecturer in Medieval History, St Peter's College, Oxford Nicola Coldstream Derek Pearsall, Professor of English, Harvard University