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Fri Mar 21 17:16:15 2014 UTClccn-n20020259660.25The medieval soldier : 15th century campaign life recreated in colour photographs /0.821.00Riforma della Chiesa e trasformazioni sociali nell'Italia dell'XI secolo : Domenico di Sora e i suoi patroni /89822540n 200202596645400055670852Howe, John, 1947 Mar. 13-Howe, John M. 1947-Howe, John McDonald, 1947-lccn-n97049679Dominicof Sora, Saint951-1031 or 1032np-wolfe, michaelWolfe, Michaellccn-n85028954Texas Tech UniversitySouthwest Collectionnp-smith, gary wSmith, Gary W.lccn-n79095310Mathes, W. Michaelnp-walter, tamra lynnWalter, Tamra Lynnnc-helen jones foundationHelen Jones Foundationlccn-n88252687San Sabá Missionnp-elmore, maggieElmore, Maggienp-cammack, bruceCammack, BruceHowe, John1947 March 13-HistoryBiographyPictorial worksExhibition catalogsMilitary historyPatronage, EcclesiasticalChurch historyDominic,--of Sora, Saint,Social historyItalyAbbotsChristian saintsHuman geographyHistorical geographyHuman ecologySocial history--MedievalCivilization, MedievalPhilosophy, MedievalLandscape assessmentGreat BritainEurope, WesternEuropeMiddle AgesAntiquitiesColonizationIndians of North AmericaSouthwest, NewUnited States--Southwest, OldCoronado, Francisco Vásquez de,SpainGuadalupe, Our Lady ofIndians of North America--ColonizationDiscoveries in geographySan Sabá MissionMissions, SpanishColoniesIndians of North America--First contact with EuropeansSoldiersHermitsAsceticismLegal ethicsCosts (Law)Lawyers--FeesMissouri194719791981198319941997200220072009559820274.503BX4700.D73ocn4703259192805ocn036949811book19970.79Howe, JohnChurch reform and social change in eleventh-century Italy : Dominic of Sora and his patronsHistoryBiographyAt the dawn of the second millennium, new churches and castles sprang up throughout Western Europe. In central Italy, St. Dominic of Sora (d. 1032) and his patrons played a key role in this process. John Howe mines the surprisingly rich but heretofore neglected sources that tell their story. He has written an absorbing case study of an ecclesiastical reform that was earlier - if less literate and less centralized - than the Gregorian Reform that would soon follow. At the center of his book is Dominic, a well-documented saint, hermit, abbot, and founder of monastic establishments, whose life and career reveal how central Italy was transformed during the first part of the eleventh century by the creation of walled hilltop villages and the establishment of unparalleled numbers of monasteries. In this lively and readable book, Howe argues that reform in the world of the eleventh century meant restoring lands, building churches, regularizing the clergy's distinctive garb, and changing the celebration of the liturgy. Much of what Dominic and his patrons accomplished soon became obsolete, swept aside by a more legalistic and coherent reform ideology. Yet nearly a thousand years later, traces of the new order that Dominic and his followers created can still be found in the Italian countryside+-+K7698776352555ocn048876552book20020.86Inventing medieval landscapes : senses of place in Western Europe+-+K429758635111ocn405724054book20090.84The Medieval Southwest : manifiestations of the old world in the newHistoryExhibition catalogs84ocn017418357book19790.81Howe, JohnGreek influence on the eleventh-century Western revival of HermitismHistory22ocn799920150book20071.00Howe, JohnRiforma della Chiesa e trasformazioni sociali nell'Italia dell'XI secolo : Domenico di Sora e i suoi patroniHistoryBiography11ocn701324690com1.00Howe, JohnChurch Reform & Social Change in Eleventh-Century Italy: Dominic of Sora and His Patrons(Tmr) 98.09.0911ocn645010410book19940.25Embleton, G. AThe medieval soldier : 15th century campaign life recreated in colour photographsHistoryMilitary historyPictorial works+-+018506403611ocn038000458book19970.47Getting paid : the ethics of fee agreements : MoBarCLE telephone seminar course+-+K769877635+-+K769877635Fri Mar 21 15:17:54 EDT 2014batch7999