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The Medieval Sea Hardcover – 31 May 2007
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This a fine book and deserves a wide readership. .. is far more than a just an excellent and information-packed introduction to the maritime history of medieval Europe. Enlivened with many quotes from contemporary poems and letters, it inspires one to want to find out more. --The Authors Journal Compilation
About the Author
Susan Rose is Senior Research Fellow at Roehampton University, and the author of Medieval Naval Warfare, 1000-1500.
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13 May 2009
Susan Rose is one of the leading experts on medieval maritime history and she has published numerous works on the topic. From her analysis on the career of William Soper to her book on medieval naval warfare she has been at the forefront of medieval maritime literature for some time. As such this book must be bought for anyone intrested in the topic. Its use, however, mainly lies in an introduction tool for undergraduate students in the field and is the perfect partner for any lecturer who teaches such a course. Those people more familiar with the topic will, nevertheless, still find useful information scattered throughout. there are many little gems of information on ports, mariners and the development of technological innovations to be a useful purchase for most academics intrested in the subject.