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The two cities : medieval Europe 1050-1320

Author: Malcolm Barber
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2004
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 6. oplView all editions and formats
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"The Two Cities" is a text for students of medieval history. For the second edition, the author has thoroughly revised each chapter, bringing the material up to date and taking the historiography of 1992-2002 into account.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Malcolm Barber
ISBN: 0415096820 9780415096829 0415096804 9780415096805
OCLC Number: 468682357
Notes: Introduction 1 Part I The social and economic structure 1 The physical environment 2 Social structure 3 Economic development Part II The Church 4 The papacy 5 The crusades 6 Monasticism and the friars 7 Popular religion and heresy Part III Political change 8 The Empire 9 The Kingdom of Sicily 10 The Italian city-states 11 The Capetian monarchy 12 The Kingdom of England 13 The Iberian kingdoms 14 The states of eastern and northern Europe 15 The Crusader States Part IV Perceptions of the world 16 The medieval world view 17 Intellectual life 18 Art and society 19 Western Christendom and the wider world Chronology Bibliography References Index of persons Index of places Subject index
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Contents: Introduction 1 Part I The social and economic structure 1 The physical environment 2 Social structure 3 Economic development Part II The Church 4 The papacy 5 The crusades 6 Monasticism and the friars 7 Popular religion and heresy Part III Political change 8 The Empire 9 The Kingdom of Sicily 10 The Italian city-states 11 The Capetian monarchy 12 The Kingdom of England 13 The Iberian kingdoms 14 The states of eastern and northern Europe 15 The Crusader States Part IV Perceptions of the world 16 The medieval world view 17 Intellectual life 18 Art and society 19 Western Christendom and the wider world Chronology Bibliography References Index of persons Index of places Subject index.

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A history of Western Christendom in the high Middle Ages. Assuming no prior knowledge of the period, it seeks to explore the medieval mentality in greater depth than a conventional outline of  Read more...

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