Medieval technology and social change


Medieval technology and social change

Lynn White, Jr

(Oxford paperbacks)(A galaxy book, GB163)

Oxford University Press, 1964, c1962

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First published: [London] : Clarendon Press, 1962

"First issued as an Oxford University Press paperback"--T.p. verso

Includes index



This study examines the role of technological innovation during the rise of social groups in the Middle Ages


1. Stirrup, Mounted Shock Combat, Feudalism, and Chivalry I. The Classic Theory of the Origins of Feudalism and its Critics II. The Origin and Duffusion of the Stirrup III. Mounted Shock Combat and the Temper of Feudal Life 2. The Agricultural Revolution of the Early Middle Ages I. The Plough and the Manorial System II. The Discovery of Horse-Power III. The Three-Field Rotation and Improved Nutrition IV. The Northward Shift of Europe's Focus 3. The Medieval Exploration of Mechanical Power and Devices I. The Sources of Power II. The Development of Machine Design III. The Concept of a Power Technology Notes Index

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