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Real Lives in the Sixteenth Century : A Global Perspective - by Rebecca Ard Boone (Hardcover)

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Real Lives in the Sixteenth Century presents a global history using four sets of biographies to illustrate similar situations in different geographical regions. The vibrant narratives span four continents and include the following pairs: Henry IV of France and Hideyoshi of Japan, Hürrem Sultan (Roxelana) of the Ottoman Empire and Lady Zheng of the Ming Dynasty, Afonso I of Kongo and Elizabeth I of England, and Pope Clement VII and Moctezuma II of Mexico.

Through exploring the lives of eight individuals from a variety of cultural settings, this book encourages students to think about the ‘big questions’ surrounding human interactions and the dynamics of power. It introduces them to a number of key historical concepts such as feudalism, dynasticism, religious syncretism and slavery, and is a springboard into the history of the wider world, blending together aspects of political, cultural, intellectual and material history.

Accessibly written and containing timelines, genealogical tables and a number of illustrations for each biography, Real Lives in the Sixteenth Century is the ideal introductory text for undergraduates of pre-modern World History and of the sixteenth century in particular.

Number of Pages: 185
Genre: History
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Author: Rebecca Ard Boone
Language: English
Street Date: April 18, 2018
TCIN: 53341526
UPC: 9781138656383
Item Number (DPCI): 248-72-4025
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$131.57
MSRPwas $150.00
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