Frances and Joseph Gies
Frances Gies (June 10, 1915 – December 18, 2013) and Joseph Gies (October 8, 1916 – April 13, 2006) were historians and writers who collaborated on a number of books about the Middle Ages, and also wrote individual works. They were husband and wife. Joseph Gies graduated from the University of Michigan in 1939.
The works by Gies and Gies are respected amongst historians and archeologists, and are on the recommended reading lists of a number of universities.
- (1969) Life in a Medieval City, ISBN 978-0-06-090880-5
- (1972) Merchants and Moneymen: The Commercial Revolution, 1000-1500 ISBN 978-0-690-53177-0
- (1974) Life in a Medieval Castle Crowell, ISBN 978-0-690-00561-5
- (1979) Life in a Medieval Castle ISBN 978-0-062-01650-8
- (1983) Leonard Of Pisa And The New Mathematics Of The Middle Ages ISBN 978-0-317-57849-2
- (1987) Marriage and the Family in the Middle Ages ISBN 0-06-015791-7
- (1990) Life in a Medieval Village
- (1994) Cathedral, Forge, and Waterwheel : Technology and Invention in the Middle Ages HarperCollins ISBN 0-06-016590-1
- (1999) A Medieval Family: The Pastons of Fifteenth-Century England New York: HarperCollins
- (2005) Daily Life in Medieval Times, UK: Grange Books, 2005 ISBN 1-84013-811-4 (Combining Medieval City, Medieval Castle, Medieval Village)