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The Medieval Sea by Susan Rose

The Medieval Sea (edition 2007)

by Susan Rose

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Title:The Medieval Sea
Authors:Susan Rose
Info:Hambledon & London (2007), Hardcover, 210 pages
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Tags:Medieval, History, Medieval History, Maritime, Ships, Warfare, Trade, Economic History, Europe, Naval, Technology

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The Medieval Sea by Susan Rose



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Susan Rose is a leading voice on all aspects of medieval seafaring life. She discusses how peoples bordering the Mediterranean, North Sea, English Channel and eastern Atlantic related to the sea in all its aspects between 1000-1500 A.D. in this book.

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