Robert Wilde is a former writer for ThoughtCo who wrote about European history. Wilde received a master's degree in medieval studies and a bachelor's from Sheffield University. His first dissertation was on portents and miracles in the work of Gregory of Tours, and his second was on the 13th-century benefactors and purchases of Beaulieu Abbey.
As a historian, Wilde is interested in many periods. However, his professional specialty is early medieval European history.
Wilde received a master's degree in Medieval Studies from Sheffield University, where he also earned his bachelor's degree.
Robert authored two textbooks in the History in an Afternoon series:
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