An introduction to medieval Europe, 300-1500 [by] James Westfall Thompson ... & Edgar Nathaniel Johnson ...

; Johnson, Edgar Nathaniel, 1901-1969
New York, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. [©1937] .

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Other Title Medieval Europe.
Other Authors Johnson, Edgar Nathaniel, 1901-1969.
Subjects Europe -- History -- 476-1492.
Europe.
Middle Ages.
Description xii, 1092 pages illustrations, plates, maps (part double) 24 cm
Notes "First edition."
"For this revision of his History of the middle ages, 300-1500 ... (W.W. Norton & company, inc., 1931) Professor Thompson put at my disposal a manuscript in which he made many alterations from the original text. I am deeply obligated to him not only for this opportunity presented, but also for the unlimited freedom he granted me to reorganize, rewrite and expand his manuscript."--Pref., signed: Edgar N. Johnson.
"References for further reading": pages 1053-1067.
"References for further reading": pages 1053-1067.
Contents The Graeco-oriental conquest of the Roman Empire -- The Christian conquest of the Roman Empire (I): the spread and transformation of Christianity -- The Christian conquest of the Roman Empire (II): the development of church organization. Monasticism. The Latin church fathers -- The German conquest of the Roman Empire (I): to the end of the fourth century -- The German conquest of the Roman Empire (II): From the end of the fourth century to the end of the sixth -- The Byzantine Empire --The empire of the Arabs -- The civilization of early Western Europe -- The Frankish state under the Carolingians -- The collapse of the Carolingian Empire -- Feudalism -- Manorialism -- The revival of the empire -- The apex and decline of the Holy Roman Empire -- The development of the English state (1066-1272) -- France under the Capetian kings (987-1204) -- France under the Capetian kings (1204-1328) -- Western Europe encroaches on Islam, the crusades -- The revival of trade and industry -- The urban revolution, the gilds -- The medieval reformation -- The triumph of the church -- The medieval renaissance (I): philosophy, science education -- The medieval renaissance (II): literature, art, music -- The development of the English state (1272-1485) -- Western Europe in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries -- Central and eastern Europe in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries -- The church in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries -- Learning and art in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Europe
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm19683883
(OCoLC)19683883
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