The Kingfisher Atlas of the Medieval World

The Kingfisher Atlas of the Medieval World

Simon Adams / Jul 24, 2019

The Kingfisher Atlas of the Medieval World With sixteen full color maps showing what the world was like from A D to this book is sure to capture in the attention of students interested in knights and castles Vikings Crusades the A

  • Title: The Kingfisher Atlas of the Medieval World
  • Author: Simon Adams
  • ISBN: 9780753459461
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Hardcover
  • With sixteen full color maps showing what the world was like from A.D 500 to 1450, this book is sure to capture in the attention of students interested in knights and castles, Vikings, Crusades, the Aztecs, and the Incas Each map shows the major sites associated with a particular medieval theme, with colorful picture icons revealing cities, palaces, religious buildings,With sixteen full color maps showing what the world was like from A.D 500 to 1450, this book is sure to capture in the attention of students interested in knights and castles, Vikings, Crusades, the Aztecs, and the Incas Each map shows the major sites associated with a particular medieval theme, with colorful picture icons revealing cities, palaces, religious buildings, farmers, traders, warriors, and much Additional feature spreads present in depth information on the key topics of cathedrals and monasteries, Islamic culture, knights and castles, and the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan This atlas is the ideal companion to classroom study of medieval history or literature.

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    About "Simon Adams"

      • Simon Adams

        Simon Adams is a writer and editor of children s non fiction and reference books He specializes in history, politics and current affairs and has written extensively on exploration, music and the arts He is also a well established jazz critic and reviewer Simon has also contributed to family and adult reference books and has been an editorial consultant on various history and other titles Simon was born in Bristol and studied history and politics at the London School of Economics and Bristol University, where he gained an MSc He entered publishing as a publicity copywriter at Routledge and subsequently joined Dorling Kindersley, eventually becoming managing editor of the children s division He became a full time writer 15 years ago Since then, he has written and contributed to than 60 books for a wide range of publishers on subjects as varied as archaeology, the sinking of the Titanic and the history of jazz Simon lives in London and is a keen reader and cyclist.


    448 Comments

    1. Explore the Middle Ages through a geographical timeline.New Mexico Social Studies Standards:- Strand: History; Standard I; 5-8 Benchmark 1-A; Grade 6- Strand: History; Standard I; 5-8 Benchmark 1-B; Grade 6- Strand: History; Standard I; 5-8 Benchmark 1-C; Grade 6; 6- Strand: Geography; Standard II; 5-8 Benchmark 2-B; Grade 6- Strand: Geography; Standard II; 5-8 Benchmark 2-C; Grade 6- Strand: Geography; Standard II; 5-8 Benchmark 2-E; Grade 6- Strand: Geography; Standard II; 5-8 Benchmark 2-F; G [...]


    2. This book was full of information about the medieval world. I liked finding out what was going on outside of Europe in the Middle Ages. The illustrations pertained to the text and it presented a different perspective.


    3. A very readable, comprehensive, well-illustrated timeline of medieval culture from 400 to 1400 A.D. One of the unique and fascinating aspects of the book is how well it shows what was happening around the world at this time. One of the best pictorial world histories of the time. Grades 4-12.



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