Frederick the Second, 1194-1250. Authorized English version by E.O. Lorimer.


New York, F. Ungar Pub. Company [1957] .

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Standard Title Kaiser Friedrich der Zweite. English
Subjects Europe -- Holy Roman Empire.
Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor, 1194-1250.
Germany -- History -- Frederick II, 1215-1250.
Germany.
Holy Roman Empire -- History -- Frederick II, 1215-1250.
Description xxvii, 724 pages maps (some folded) 22 cm
Copyright Date [1957]
Notes "Republished 1957 by arrangement with Constable and Co., Ltd., London. First published 1931"--Verso page.
Includes bibliographical references (pages xxv-xxvii) and index.
Summary Product Description: 1st edition, Constable, London, 1931. Authorised English version by E.O. Lorimer with seven maps, including two fold-outs.
Contents Dedication -- Prefatory note -- Translator's note -- List of maps -- Chronological table -- Summary of sources -- 1: Frederick's Childhood -- Prophecies -- Birth in Jesi, dec 26 1194 -- Character of Henry VI -- Hohensaufen conception of empire -- Baptism -- Death of Henry VI -- Philip of Swabia; otto of Brunswick -- Sicilian hatred of Germans -- Papal policy towards Sicily -- Constance's concordat with Rome: death 1198 -- Innocent: deliberation super facto imperii -- Sicilian myth -- Markward of Anweiler; Walter of Palear; Water of Brienne -- Saracens of Sicily -- Pisa and Genoa -- San Germano -- Frederick of age 1208 -- Episcopal elections -- Wedding with Constance of Aragon 1209 -- Death of Aragon knights -- Revolt of island barons -- 2: Puer Apuliae -- Innocent III becomes Pope -- Theories of the Papacy -- Priest-state -- Murder of Philip of Swabia -- Otto of Brunswick crowned in Rome 1209 -- Revolt of Apulian nobles -- Otto deposed -- Frederick sets out for Rome, March 1212 -- Genoa, Cremona, Chur, Constance -- Children's crusade -- Alliance with French -- Re-elected German King, Dec 1212 -- Crowned in Mainz, 1212 -- Regia strips of the Hohenstaufen -- Welf-Waibling feud -- Guelf and Ghibelline in Italy -- Ghibelline spirit -- Bouvines 1214 -- Golden bull of Eger -- Lateran Council 1216 -- Innocent's death 1216 -- Frederick's entry into Aix; coronation -- Barbarossa's re-interment of Charlemagne 1165 -- Frederick takes the cross -- 3: Early Statesmanship -- Death of Otto -- Dawn of national consciousness in Germany -- Knight and Monk -- Cistercians -- Templars -- Teutonic order: Hermann of Salza -- War with Denmark -- Golden Bull of Rimini 1226 -- Pope Honorius III -- King Henry elected KIng of the Romans -- Diplomatic victory over the Papacy -- Coronation in Rome ; ceremonial -- De resignandis privilegiis -- Sicilian barons -- Diet of Capua -- Count of Molise -- Deportation of people of Celano -- Remodelling of the Feudal System -- Architecture -- Diet of Messina 1221 -- Syracuse -- Measures against foreign trade -- Creation of Sicilian fleet -- Saracen war -- Lucera -- University of Naples -- Crusading disasters; San Germano.
Famous families in his service -- Thomas Aquinas -- Valetti imperatoris -- Frederick's sons -- Chivalry at court -- Foggia: banquets, revelry -- Michael Scot -- Sicilian poetry ; use of vernacular -- Intellectual thought at court -- Learning at court -- Astronomy and astrology -- Hebrew scholars -- Sprit of enquiry ; Ibn Sabin of Ceuta --Research and experiment -- De arte venandi cum avibus -- Art of seeing "things that are as they are" -- Frederick's personal appearance -- 6: German Emperor -- Pope and emperor in harmony -- Diet of Ravenna, 1231 -- Diet of Friuli, 12 32 -- King Henry ; diet of worms, 1231 -- Growing autonomy of German Princes -- Theory of German Empire -- Burgundy -- Loss of Cyprus -- Frederick aids Pope against Romans -- Ideal relation of Empire and Papacy -- Inquisition -- Great Halleluja -- Dominicans and Franciscans -- Joachim of Flora: three ages of the world -- John of Vicenza -- Conrad of Marburg -- King Henry's rebellion and treason -- Fate of Henry -- Frederick marries Isabella of England -- Diet and land peace of Mainz -- Use of German for imperial proclamation -- End of Welf-waibling feud -- Jew ritual murder case -- War with Lombardy -- Pope's manoeuvres -- Re-burial of St Elizabeth, 1236, at Marburg -- Execution of Justice against Lombardy -- Appeal to all Christian monarchs -- Appeal to Romans -- Art of war in Middle Ages -- Frederick of Babenberg the Quarrelsome -- Arrogance of Gregory IX -- Donation of Constantine -- Capture of Vicenza -- Diet of Vicenza -- Conrad, King of the Romans -- Cortenuova, 1237 -- Triumph in Cremona -- 7: Caesar And Rome -- Magic of Rome -- Renovatio imperii -- Identification with Caesar -- Spolia opima from Cortenuova -- Lust for personal glorification -- Frederick's wooing of the Romans -- Cardinals and Pope -- Progress in Lombardy -- Diets of Pavia and Turin, 1238 -- Siege of Brescia ; Calamandrinus -- Coalition against Frederick -- Enzio -- Imperial court at Padua -- Frederick's appeal to the Cardinals -- Frederick excommunicated -- Death of Hermann of Salza -- Reorganization and defense of Sicily -- Destruction of Benevento, 1241 -- Reorganization of Italy -- War of manifestos and propaganda -- Brother Elias -- Brother Jordan and the Pope -- Christmas in Pisa -- Frederick invades the Papal States -- Letter to Jesi -- At the gates of Rome -- Gregory turns the multitude -- 8: Dominus Mundi -- Cult of the Emperor -- Sacratissimum ministerium -- Outburst of Sicilian art -- Capuan gate -- Nicholas of Pisa -- St Francis and Gothic painting -- Diet in Foggia, 1240 -- Inefficacy of papal ban -- Princes' effort to mediate -- Surrender of Ravenna -- Resistance of Faenza -- Cost of prolonged operations -- Issue of leather coins -- Hostilities against Venice -- Gregory's general council -- Frederick's counter-measures -- Gregory's pact with Genoa -- Fall of Faenza, April 14, 1241 -- Destruction of Benevento -- Victory at sea, 1241 ; capture of 100 prelates -- Mongol threat -- Battle of Liegntiz, 1241 -- Pope hinders Crusade -- Muslims retake Jerusalem, Nov 1240 -- Frederick negotiates recovery of Jerusalem -- Advance on Rome ; death of Pope Gregory -- Status of Empire in Europe -- Relations between Frederick and brother kings -- Saint Louis -- Strips caesarea ; deification of the Hohenstaufens -- Conclave of terror, 1241 -- Innocent IV elected Pope -- Defection of Viterbo -- Treachery of Cardinal Rainer -- Provisional peace, 1244 ; breaks down -- Flight of innocent IV -- Lyons -- Diet of Verona -- Rainer's hostile propaganda -- Council of Lyons -- Thaddeus of Suessa -- Deposition of Frederick II -- 9: Antichrist -- Dual interpretation of Fredericks life -- Fredericks posterity -- Satellite giants : Eccelion, Guido of Sessa, Hubert Pallavicini -- Labor of love ; to purge the Church -- Reform manifestos -- Pope's counter-activities -- Increasing savagery of Frederick -- Lure of the East -- Conspiracy of intimates, 1246 -- Distrust of subordinates -- Punishment of conspirators -- Complicity of Pope -- Henry Raspe -- Italy partitioned amongst the Hohenstaufen -- March on Germany ; threat to Lyons -- Defection of Parma -- Cardinal -- Siege of Parma -- Saracens as executioners -- Victoria -- Defeat before Parma -- Money shortage -- German knights in Italy -- German influence on Renaissance art -- Renewed threat to Lyons -- Fall of Piero della Viogna -- Attempt to poison Frederick -- Piero della Vigna's suicide -- Enzio taken prisoner -- Fate of King Conrad -- Manfred's rise and fall -- Conradin's coronation -- Tagliacozzo ; Conradin's execution -- Death of Enzio -- Curse on the Hohenstaufen -- Parma avenged -- Death of Frederick, December 13, 1250 -- Burial at Palermo -- Frederick myth -- Index.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Germany
Europe
Network Numbers (OCoLC)401106
(OCoLC)ocm00401106
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WorldCat Identities Kantorowicz, Ernst Hartwig, 1895-1963.
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