In light of transcontinental migrations and transcultural interconnections, it becomes clear that the European Middle Ages were neither a European phenomenon suigeneris nor a period of 'separated cultures.' Instead, this era was marked by intense interdependencies, exhibiting characteristics of globalization that even predates the era of European expansion.
Hermann Kulke, University of Kiel, Germany.
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