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The New Cambridge Medieval History

Volume 4. c.1024–c.1198

Part 2

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Part of The New Cambridge Medieval History

Jonathan Riley-Smith, David Luscombe, Uta-Renate Blumenthal, Hanna Vollrath, Giovanni Tabacco, Graham Loud, Constance Bouchard, Simon Barton, Marjorie Chibnall, Michael Angold, Martin Dimnik, Jerzy Wyrozumski, Peter Sawyer, Nora Berend, I. S. Robinson, Benjamin Arnold, Graham Loud, Peter Linehan, John W. Baldwin, Michel Bur, Thomas K. Keefe, Geoffrey Barrow, Paul Magdalino, Hans Mayer, Michael Brett, Stephen Humphreys
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  • Date Published: May 2015
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781107460638

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  • The fourth volume of The New Cambridge Medieval History covers the eleventh and twelfth centuries, which comprised perhaps the most dynamic period in the European middle ages. This is a history of Europe, but the continent is interpreted widely to include the Near East and North Africa. The volume is divided into two parts of which this, the second, deals with the course of events - ecclesiastical and secular - and major developments in an age marked by the transformation of the position of the papacy in a process fuelled by a radical reformation of the church, the decline of the western and eastern empires, the rise of western kingdoms and Italian elites, and the development of governmental structures, the beginnings of the recovery of Spain from the Moors and the establishment of western settlements in the eastern Mediterranean region in the wake of the crusades.

    • A further volume in the landmark and highly regarded New Cambridge Medieval series, complementary to (but separate from) Part 1 of Volume 4
    • Includes the work of many of the world's leading authorities on eleventh- and twelfth-century Europe
    • A standard and enduring work of reference on the political and ecclesiastical history of Europe during the period
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    '… one is … left impressed by the scope and ambition of the volume, especially when it is viewed as one element in a larger and hugely impressive enterprise … the essays … serve their purpose in being informative and authoritative.' The Times Higher Education Supplement

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    • Date Published: May 2015
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781107460638
    • length: 980 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 49 mm
    • weight: 1.3kg
    • availability: Temporarily unavailable - available from TBC
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    Introduction Jonathan Riley-Smith and David Luscombe
    2. The papacy, 1024–1122 Uta-Renate Blumenthal
    3. The western empire (including the French speaking imperial lands) under the Salians Hanna Vollrath
    4. Italy in the eleventh century (a) Northern and central Italy Giovanni Tabacco (b) Southern Italy Graham Loud
    5. The kingdom of the Franks to 1108 Constance Bouchard
    6. Spain in the eleventh century Simon Barton
    7. England and Normandy, 1042–1137 Marjorie Chibnall
    8. The Byzantine empire, 1025–1118 Michael Angold
    9. Russia, the Bulgars and the southern Slavs, 1024–c.1200 Martin Dimnik
    10. Poland in the eleventh and twelfth centuries Jerzy Wyrozumski
    11. Scandinavia in the eleventh and twelfth centuries Peter Sawyer
    12. Hungary in the eleventh and twelfth centuries Nora Berend
    13. The papacy, 1122–98 I. S. Robinson
    14. The western empire, 1125–97 Benjamin Arnold
    15. Italy in the twelfth century (a) Northern and central Italy Giovanni Tabacco (b) Norman Sicily Graham Loud
    15. Spain in the twelfth century Peter Linehan
    16. The kingdom of the Franks from Louis VI to Philip II (a) Crown and government John W. Baldwin (b) The seigneuries Michel Bur
    17. England and the Angevin dominions, 1137–1204 Thomas K. Keefe
    18. Scotland, Wales and Ireland in the twelfth century Geoffrey Barrow
    19. The Byzantine empire, 1118–1204 Paul Magdalino
    20. The Latin east, 1098–1204 Hans Mayer
    21. Abbasids, Fatimids and Seljuqs Michael Brett
    22. Zangids, Ayyubids and Seljuqs Stephen Humphreys.

  • Editors

    David Luscombe, University of Sheffield
    David Luscombe is Research Professor of Medieval History, University of Sheffield.

    Jonathan Riley-Smith, University of Cambridge
    Jonathan Riley-Smith is Dixie Professor of Ecclesiastical History, University of Cambridge, and Fellow of Emmanuel College.

    Contributors

    Jonathan Riley-Smith, David Luscombe, Uta-Renate Blumenthal, Hanna Vollrath, Giovanni Tabacco, Graham Loud, Constance Bouchard, Simon Barton, Marjorie Chibnall, Michael Angold, Martin Dimnik, Jerzy Wyrozumski, Peter Sawyer, Nora Berend, I. S. Robinson, Benjamin Arnold, Graham Loud, Peter Linehan, John W. Baldwin, Michel Bur, Thomas K. Keefe, Geoffrey Barrow, Paul Magdalino, Hans Mayer, Michael Brett, Stephen Humphreys

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