Europe in the middle ages, by Warren O. Ault ...

Boston, New York D.C. Heath and Company [1932] .

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
Mt. Vernon campus stacks
D118 .A87 Available Request
LIB stacks
D118 .A87 Available Request
George Mason
Fenwick stacks
D118.A8 E8 Available Request
V. Le Balze (Italy)
Subjects Europa.
Europe -- History -- 476-1492.
Description vii, 633 pages frontispiece, maps 23 cm
Copyright Date [1932]
Notes Bibliography at end of each chapter except the first.
Contents The land and the people -- The Greek heritage -- The greatness and decline of Rome -- Early history of Christianity -- The Germans -- The invasions -- The new German kingdoms -- The Roman Empire in the East -- The early Christian fathers; monasticism; the papacy -- The rise of the Frankish state -- The century of the great Carolingians -- Decline of the Frankish Empire; new kingdoms -- Enter the Northmen -- Mohammedanism spreads westward -- Feudal civilization -- Origin of the German nation; founding of the Mediaeval Empire -- Origin and early growth of the French nation -- Origin and early growth of the English nation -- Growth of the Mediaeval papacy; the separation of church and state -- The Crusades -- The revival of trade and the rise of towns -- The Mediaeval Empire's brillant failure -- The Mediaeval church at its height -- Mediaeval learning; the universities -- Mediaeval literature -- Mediaeval art and architecture; the cathedrals -- Mediaeval France: leadership of the monarchy -- Mediaeval England: founding of the constitution -- France and England in the later Middle Ages: fourteenth century -- France and England in the later Middle Age: fifteenth century -- The papacy if the later Middle Ages -- The decline of the German empire and the rise of the Slav states -- Europe faces about -- The Renascence.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Europe
Network Numbers (OCoLC)392694
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Ault, Warren Ortman, 1887-
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