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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Medieval and historiographical essays.
Chicago, Ill., University of Chicago Press 
|Named Person:||James Westfall Thompson|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Lea Cate; Eugene Newton Anderson
|Notes:||A study of twelfth-century interest in the antiquities of Rome, by J.B. Ross. Bernward of Hildesheim, by F.J. Tschan. The long tradition: a study in fourteenth-century medical deontology, by Mary C. Welborn.--Historiographical essays: Meinecke's Ideengeschichte and the crisis in historical thinking, by E.N. Anderson. Justus Möser's approach to history, by W.J. Bossenbrook. Theodore Roosevelt, historian, by Raymond C. Miller. Kautsky and the materialist interpretation of history, by S.K. Padover. The Varangians in Russion history, by S.R. Tompkins.--Bibliography of the works of James Westfall Thompson (p. 493-499).|
|Description:||x, 499 p. front. (port.) 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Medieval essays: A critic of the fourteenth century: St. Birgitta of Sweden, by Conrad Bergendoff. The beginning of the struggle between the regular and the secular clergy, by Helen R. Brittermann. The church and market reform in England during the reign of Henry III, by J.L. Cate. The origin of the town of Subiaco, by Geneva Drinkwater. The Van der Molen, commission merchants of Antwerp: trade with Italy, 1538-44, by Florence Edler. The Palestine pilgrimage of Henry the Lion, by Einar Joranson. The south German reichsstaedte in the late middle ages, by Ernest Lauer. Medieval medical dictionaries and glossaries, by L.C. MacKinney. The emergence of councilarisn, by J.T. McNeill.|
|Responsibility:||edited by James Lea Cate and Eugene N. Anderson.|