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(chapter 5) How does Braudel discuss social change in medieval Mediterranean? What are some social groups that emerge in the Mediterranean societies east and west, north and south in the 16th century? What are some analogies across the different regions?
(chapter 6) How does Braudel define the relationship between the two worlds (the Christian and Muslim worlds) in 16th century Mediterranean? How do these worlds differ? How doe they intertwine? What is the role of the anecdote in the lessons of social history?