Who’s Who in the Middle Ages
About the Book
From Abélard to Zubaydah, here is a biographical dictionary of notable men and women of the Middle Ages. Hundreds of entries span the fifth to the fifteenth centuries, covering a broad range of creative, vigorous, and influential people from Europe and the Middle East. Each entry includes both personal and historical details, alternate name spellings, and references for further reading.
A rich selection of appendices includes a chronology of events; a chronology of popes, emperors and monarchs; a list of colleges and universities of the Middle Ages; a list of major monasteries, abbeys, and convents and an alphabetical list of individuals by occupation.
About the Author(s)
Mary Ellen Snodgrass
Format: softcover (8.5 x 11)
Bibliographic Info: 388 photos, chronology, appendices, bibliography, index
Copyright Date: 2013 
Table of Contents
Sources of the Illustrations 3
A Brief Overview 5
Who’s Who 7
A Chronology of Events 251
Popes, Emperors, and Monarchs 257
Colleges and Universities, and Their Dates of Founding 261
Major Monasteries, Abbeys, and Convents and Their Founders and Dates 262
Individuals Listed by Occupation or Contribution 263
Book Reviews & Awards
“recommended”—Choice; “this well-illustrated and well-indexed volume would be a useful tool for researchers”—Booklist; “a superbly researched and presented biographical dictionary…outstanding…an indispensable, core reference…invaluable”—Midwest Book Review; “comprehensive…useful…Snodgrass must be congratulated on this presentation”—Reference Reviews; “impressive…a handy reference”—Arthuriana; “impressive…insightful narrative description…a very thorough index…excellent”—The Indexer.