Kirpik, Güray
June 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2008, Vol. 12 Issue 36, p133
Academic Journal
The ultimate century of middle ages' historians and their works verified their importance with affects on today. Here, this important autors and their works will be take in hand. Specially, historians of this century's works,it's impossible to write now at the same historical and literary importance, and their scope quite enlarge. Also here, we could see the accumulation of historiography of middle ages' last century. Occasionally, here details will scane on suddenly and will take our attentions. Thus, we will have an opportunity of recognition of legacy, was remain to the modern ages' historans, closely.


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