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Author

Firebaugh, W. C.

Title

Inns of the Middle Ages

Sub-Title

Publisher

 

Pascal Covici

Year

1924

City

Chicago

Edition

Scanned

Searchable

Cleaned

Deluxe

1st edition, Numbered 36 of 900

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Description

Ever wonder what travel in ancient times involved, especially in the Middle Ages? "With the decline of the older civilization a chaotic unrest corroded the peace of the littoral of the western Mediterranean and the hinterlands, north and south ; ignorance and superstition gained a stronger and more unshakable grip upon the popular mind, and feudalism, the cornerstone of organized society, even to the present day, levied its tithe of blood and treasure upon the serf, through the retainer and the seneschal. Living conditions were so horrible that plague after plague stalked through the land. Science there was none, and generations owed their survival to the natural immunity which was created in the sufferers themselves, aided, without doubt, by the poor construction of living quarters which, maugre all efforts at calking, were still well ventilated.

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