THE EMPIRE AND THE PAPACY, 918-1273
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THE EMPIRE AND THE PAPACY, 918-1273

Código de artículo:
E1000860992
Editorial:
E-ARTNOW
Fecha edición:
Materia
Libros para Todos
ISBN:
4066338120076
Formato:
EPUB
Idioma:
Inglés
Tipo de libro:
Ebook
DRM
Si

The book 'The Empire and the Papacy, 918-1273' contains the detailed political and ecclesiastical history of papacy in relationship with the chief states of southern and western Europe, in particular Germany, Italy, France, and the eastern empire. The author has discussed the expansion of the Latin and Catholic world and the development of the ecclesiastical system as these pertain to political history.Contents: Introduction The Saxon Kings of the Germans, and the Revival of the Roman Empire by Otto I The German Empire at the Height of its Power. The later Saxon and early Salian Emperors France and its Vassal States under the last Carolingians and the early Capetians The Cluniac Reformation, and Italy in the Eleventh Century, The Investiture Contest The Eastern Empire and theSeljukian Turks The Early Crusades and the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem The Monastic Movement and the Twelfth Century Renascence Germany and Italy Frederick Barbarossa and Alexander III. The renewed Conflict between Papacy and Empire France, Normandy, and Anjou, and the Beginnings of the Greatness of the Capetian Monarchy The Third Crusade and the Reign of Henry VI Europe in the days of Innocent III The Byzantine Empire in the Twelfth Century; the Fourth Crusade, and the Latin Empire in the East Frederick II and the Papacy France under Philip Augustus and St. Louis The Universities and the Friars The Last Crusades and the East in the Thirteenth Century The Growth of Christian Spain The Fall of the Hohenstaufen and the Great Interregnum

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