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The crisis of church & state, 1050-1300

Author: Brian Tierney
Publisher: Toronto : University of Toronto in association with the Medieval Academy of America, 1988.
Series: Medieval Academy reprints for teaching, 21.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

A clear narrative that presents and interprets the major documents of the centuries-long struggle between kings and popes of medieval Europe over the separation of church and state.


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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Tierney
ISBN: 0802067018 9780802067012
OCLC Number: 223385625
Notes: Originally published by Prentice-Hall in 1964.
Description: xi, 211 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: I. The first thousand years. The Church & Roman state --
The Popes & the Frankish monarchy --
Disintegration, theocracy & reform --
II. The Investitute contest. Peter Damian & Humbert --
The program of Gregory VII --
The struggle with Henry IV --
The war of propaganda --
The end of the contest --
III. The age of the lawyers. The imperial policy of Frederick Barbarossa --
Alexander III & the empire --
The decretists --
The reign of Innocent III --
Frederick II & the papacy --
The decretalists --
IV. Aristotle & the national state. The kingdom & the empire --
Thomas Aquinas --
Boniface VIII & Philip IV: the first dispute --
Boniface VIII & Philip IV: the second dispute --
The growth of political thought.
Series Title: Medieval Academy reprints for teaching, 21.
Responsibility: Brian Tierney.


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