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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
University of Wisconsin. Division of Humanities.
Twelfth-century Europe and the foundations of modern society.
Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1961
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Marshall Clagett; University of Wisconsin. Division of Humanities.; Wisconsin Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
|Description:||xvi, 219 pages illustrations 25 cm|
|Contents:||pt. 1. Thought in European society: The school of Chartres / by Raymond Klibansky --
Transitions in European education / by Urban T. Holmes, Jr. --
The representation of the seven liberal arts / by Adolf Katzenellenbogen --
pt. 2. Transitions in economy and society: Economic aspects of expanding Europe / by Hilmar C. Krueger --
The development of feudal institutions / by Joseph R. Strayer --
Kingship under the impact of scientific jurisprudence / by Ernst H. Kantorowicz --
pt. 3. Eastern influences on European culture: The influences of Hebrew and vernacular poetry on the Judeo-Italian elegy / by Leo Spitzer --
Some aspects of Byzantine influence on Latin thought / by Milton V. Anastos --
The world of Islam: the face of the antagonist / by G.E. von Grunebaum.
|Responsibility:||Edited by Marshall Clagett, Gaines Post and Robert Reynolds.|