Everyday Life in the Renaissance
"Describes the social and economic structure of life in the Renaissance (from roughly 1400-1600), including the ruling classes, the peasantry, the urban dwellers, and members of the Church and the role each group played in shaping European civilization"--Provided by publisher.
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