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   Collection: Biblioteca Potestas  Serial Number: 1
   ISBN: 978-84-8021-958-7

Title: El espejismo del bárbaro.
Ciudadanos y extranjeros al final de la Antigüedad
Authorship: Álvarez Jiménez, David (ed.lit.)
 Hernández de la Fuente, David (ed.lit.)
 Sanz Serrano, Rosa (ed.lit.)
 Barceló, Pedro
 Blanco Pérez, Aitor
 Cabañero Martín, Victor Manuel
Pages: 389
Size: 4.52Mb
Edition: 1 (2013)
Price: 10,75 €
Language: Espanyol
Support: e-Book - PDF
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The fall of the Roman Empire and the fragmentation of Europe, that led irrevocably to the medieval world, have been the most analysed and represented topics on the part of historiography and western thought for centuries and very especially in times of crisis. Along the pages that make up this work, some of the most recent studies on this issue are offered from the most varied disciplines.

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 Escudero Carrillo, Javier
 Faber, Eike
 Gamo Pazos, Emilio
 García Fernández, Francisco José
 García Vargas, Enrique
 García-Gasco Villarrubia, Rosa
 Garrido González, Pablo
 Hunt Ortiz, Mark
 López Sánchez, Fernando
 Martín González, Saúl
 Moreno Ferrero, Isabel
 Sánchez Velasco, Jerónimo
 Vázquez Paz, Jacobo
 Zamora Canellada, Alonso

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