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3 current holds with 13 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
North Kansas City Public Library 940.1 JONES 2021 (Text) 0001002384905 Nonfiction New Checked out 01/14/2022
Barry Lawrence - Monett Library 940.1 JON (Text) 37884103274928 Adult Non-Fiction Available -
Barry Lawrence - Mt. Vernon Library 940.1 JON (Text) 37884103274910 Adult Non-Fiction Available -
Camden County Library District - Osage Beach 940.1 Jones (Text) 31320003832545 Adult Nonfiction Available -
Caruthersville Public Library 940.1 JON (Text) 38417100518846 Non-Fiction In transit -
Jefferson County Library-Arnold 940.1 JONES (Text) 30061010181150 New Books Checked out 02/05/2022
Jefferson County Library-Northwest 940.1 JONES (Text) 30051020246564 New Books Available -
Polk County Library-Fair Play 940.1 JON (Text) 34531000316049 New Books-Non-Fiction Available -
Ray County Library 940.1 JON (Text) 2901836904 New Non-Fiction Available -
Scenic Regional-Hermann ON ORDER - 640.1 JON (Text) SRL237878 On Order New NonFiction On order -
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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"An epic reappraisal of the medieval world--and the rich and complicated legacy left to us by the rise of the West--from the New York Times bestselling author of The Templars. When the once-mighty city of Rome was sacked by barbarians in 410 and lay in ruins, it signaled the end of an era--and the beginning of a thousand years of profound transformation. In a gripping narrative bursting with big names--from St Augustine and Attila the Hun to the Prophet Muhammad and Eleanor of Aquitaine--Dan Jones charges through the history of the Middle Ages. Powers and Thrones takes readers on a journey through an emerging Europe, the great capitals of late Antiquity, as well as the influential cities of the Islamic West, and culminates in the first contact between the old and new worlds in the sixteenth century. The medieval world was forged by the big forces that still occupy us today: climate change, pandemic disease, mass migration, and technological revolutions. This was the time when the great European nationalities were formed; when our basic Western systems of law and governance were codified; when the Christian Churches matured as both powerful institutions and the regulators of Western public morality; and when art, architecture, philosophical inquiry and scientific invention went through periods of massive, revolutionary change. At each stage in this story, successive western powers thrived by attracting--or stealing--the most valuable resources, ideas, and people from the rest of the world. The West was rebuilt on the ruins of an empire and emerged from a state of crisis and collapse to dominate the region and the world. Every sphere of human life and activity was transformed in the thousand years of Powers and Thrones. As we face a critical turning point in our own millennium, the legacy and lessons of how we got here matter more than ever"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Middle Ages.
Civilization, Medieval.

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