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The Kingfisher Atlas Of The Medieval World

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Atlas Of The Medieval World

Kingfisher


Author: Simon Adams

The author is Simon Adams and it is published by Kingfisher. It was released in February of 2007. The atlas talks about Civilization, Medieval and is thought of as awesome juvenile literature. At the Dewey Decimal Classification number is CB351.A23 2007. The child's book is 48 pages long and it is full of lovely colored illustrations of maps. The atlas also focuses on Middle Ages.

With sixteen exquisite maps showing what the planet was like from A. D. 500 to 1450, this book is sure to feed children's fascination with knights and castles, Vikings, Crusades, the Aztecs, and also the Incas. Additional function spreads present in-depth information on the crucial subjects of cathedrals and monasteries, Islamic culture, knights and castles, and also the Aztec capital of Tenochtitl á n. This atlas is the ideal companion to any study of medieval history or literature. Each and every map shows the major web sites related getting a specific medieval theme, with colorful picture icons revealing cities, palaces, religious buildings, farmers, traders, warriors, and much more.



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