9780582369887

Supplement Europe in the Middle Ages 1150 - 1300 -

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    9780582369887

  • ISBN10:

    0582369886

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2000-02-01
  • Publisher: Addison-Wesley

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Author Biography

John H. Mundy is Professor Emeritus at Columbia University, New York, where he was Professor of Medieval History.

Table of Contents

List of maps
x
Abbreviations xi
Preface xiii
Introduction
1(12)
The subject matter
1(5)
History, biography and poetry
6(7)
PART ONE: EUROPE
Social frontiers: clerks and laymen
13(12)
The two peoples
13(5)
Letters, professions and laicism
18(7)
Cultural frontiers: France, Italy and Europe
25(12)
France
25(6)
Italy
31(3)
Europe
34(3)
Crusades and missions
37(14)
Crusades and European expansion
37(8)
Missions and toleration
45(3)
War and missions
48(3)
The Jews
51(18)
Divisions and education
51(3)
Government and economy
54(6)
Conversion and persecution
60(9)
PART TWO: ECONOMY
Foundation and growth
69(21)
The land
69(4)
The town
73(4)
Industry and commerce
77(3)
Planning, building and living standards
80(10)
Organization
90(19)
Rural enterprise
90(7)
Commerce
97(4)
Business, credit and industry
101(8)
Usury and corporatism
109(20)
The prohibition of usury
109(9)
Economic corporatism
118(11)
PART THREE: SOCIETY
Women and men
129(14)
Marriage and love
129(6)
Means, literacy and religion
135(8)
Workers and farmers
143(17)
Farmers
143(9)
Townsfolk
152(8)
Nobles and the military
160(17)
The military
160(5)
Knighthood
165(5)
Chivalry and war
170(7)
Ecclesiastics
177(22)
Clerical types
177(5)
Clerical freedom
182(5)
Clerical rivalries
187(3)
Clerks and layfolk
190(9)
PART FOUR: GOVERNMENT
The Church
199(19)
Power and Crusade
199(4)
Popes and princes
203(4)
Local churches
207(5)
Church government
212(6)
The greater monarchies
218(16)
The Empire
218(4)
England
222(5)
France
227(7)
Princes, senates and assemblies
234(11)
Popes, cardinals and councils
234(3)
Secular princes and parliaments
237(8)
Princes, villages and towns
245(10)
Communities and defence
245(1)
Village and town
246(4)
Town and city
250(5)
Republics
255(18)
Republican thought
255(7)
The `people'
262(5)
Princes and oligarchs
267(6)
Government and law
273(18)
Scribes and chanceries
273(4)
Laws
277(4)
Lawyers and judges
281(10)
PART FIVE: THOUGHT
Intellectuals
291(12)
Schools and universities
291(5)
Learning and freedom
296(7)
Reason and religion
303(19)
History and progress
303(6)
Science and determinism
309(3)
Nature and freedom
312(5)
Deity and certitude
317(5)
Enthusiams and heresy
322(15)
Doubt and heresy
322(6)
Divergent belief
328(5)
The ideal world
333(4)
Repression
337(18)
Divergence and society
337(5)
Urban or rural?
342(2)
Force and repression
344(11)
PART SIX: 1300
Church, state and society
355(16)
Lay and papal authority
355(3)
Ecclesiastical divisions
358(7)
Lay pressures
365(6)
Unam sanctam
371(12)
Polemics
371(9)
Conclusions
380(3)
Bibliography 383(12)
Maps 395(12)
Index 407

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