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(Medieval Europe) Graph of the Day

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That's a real graph from a serious book: Jennifer Davis’s and Michael McCormick’s "The Long Morning of Medieval Europe." If you want it explained, head this-a-way.

(Via Brad DeLong.)

By Ezra Klein  |  September 29, 2009; 10:43 AM ET
Categories:  History  
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Occurrence has a double r. I know because I went down on it in the Polk County, Fla., spelling bee in 1952.

Posted by: hschaaf | September 29, 2009 12:31 PM | Report abuse

Very interesting. It looks like iron shackle use correlates with strong government (the Merovingians were quite weak and downright mentally ill at the end).

Posted by: tomtildrum | September 29, 2009 2:49 PM | Report abuse

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