The high Middle Ages, 1000-1300 / edited by Bryce D. Lyon.


New York : Free Press, [1964] .

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Subjects Europe -- History -- 476-1492.
Europe.
Kultur.
Middle Ages -- Sources.
Middle Ages.
Quelle.
Series Sources in western civilization ; 5.
Description viii, 273 pages ; 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1964]
©1964
Summary The selections in this volume illustrate how Western European political and economic life revived so dramatically in the 11th century, and how that revival led to the rise of towns, to the growth of urban institutions and of the new bourgeoisie that transformed European society, and to the expansion of Western Europe epitomized by the Crusades and the economic movement that restored mastery of the Mediterranean to the West.
Contents Introduction. The high middle ages ; The political reconstruction of western Europe ; The economic revival of Europe ; The triumph of the church ; The medieval cultural achievement ; The medieval political legacy -- The sources. Medieval Europe about the year 1000 : Ralph Glaber, Historiarum libri quinque ("The five books of his histories") ; The quest for peace in a feudal state : Galbert of Bruges, De multro, traditione et occisione gloriosi Karoli comitis flandriarum ("The murder of Charles the Good, Count of Flanders") ; An early medieval merchant : Reginald of Durham, Libellus de vita et miraculis S. Godrici, heremitae de Finchale ("The book on the life and miracles of St. Godric, hermit of Finchale") ; Liberties and privileges in a medieval town : Carta franchesie Lorriaci ("Charter of the liberties of Lorris") ; The winning of a commune : Guibert of Nogent, De vita sua ("His life") ; The opulence of Constantinople : Robert of Clari, La conquête de Constantinople ("The conquest of Constantinople") ; The conflict between spiritual and secular authority : Pope Nicholas II, Decree on papal elections (1059) ; The dictates of the Pope (1075) ; Letter of the Synod of Worms to Gregory VII (January 1076) ; Deposition of Henry IV by Gregory VIII (February 1076) ; Letter of Gregory VII to the German princes describing the submission of Henry IV at Canossa (1077) ; Letter of Gregory VII to Bishop Hermann of Metz (1081) ; The murder of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury (29 December 1170) ; The submission of King John of England to Pope Innocent III (1214) ; The bull Unam sanctum of Pope Boniface VIII (1302) ; Dissension among the Crusaders : Account by an anonymous writer ; Account by Raymond of Aguilers ; Twelfth-century monasticism : The charter of love ; Abbot Samson of Bury St. Edmunds ; St. Francis of Assisi and the friars : St. Francis and his friars ; The rule of St. Francis (1223) ; The life and love of Peter Abelard : Historia calamitatum ("The history of my calamities") ; The search for Christian truth : Thomas Aquinas, Summa contra gentiles ("On the truth of the Catholic faith") ; The medieval idea of history : Otto, Bishop of Freising ; William of Tyre ; The construction of Gothic cathedrals : Suger ; Gervase of Canterbury ; Two medieval kings : Gerald of Wales ; Jean de Joinville ; Medieval restrictions on royal authroity : John of Salisbury ; Henry de Bracton ; Thomas Aquinas ; Magna carta.
Genre History.
Sources.
Geographic Area Europe
Network Numbers (OCoLC)504705
(OCoLC)ocm00504705
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Lyon, Bryce Dale, 1920-
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