1 edition of Mediaeval Germany, 911-1250 found in the catalog.
Mediaeval Germany, 911-1250
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||translated with an introduction by Geoffrey Barraclough.|
|Series||Studies in mediaeval history (Oxford, Blackwell) -- v. 2|
|Contributions||Barraclough, Geoffrey, 1908-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
Product Description: Mediaeval Germany, Essays by German Historians (Studies in Mediaeval History, V. ) by Geoffrey Barraclough. B. Schmeidler, “Frenconia’s Place in the Structure of Mediaeval Germany”, transl. G. Barraclough in Mediaeval Germany –, vol. II, Essays, Studies in Mediaeval History, 2nd edn (Oxford, ) pp. 71–93 Google ScholarAuthor: Benjamin Arnold.
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Geoffrey Barraclough (10 MayBradford – 26 DecemberBurford) was an English historian, known as a medievalist and historian of Germany.
He was educated at Bootham School (–) in York and at Bradford Grammar School (–). He read History at Oriel College, Oxford University in During the Second World War, in which he.
Author of The origins of modern Germany, Mediaeval Germany,An introduction to contemporary history, History in a changing world, The Christian World, Main trends in history, The Times Concise Atlas of World History, Turning points in world history. Browse and buy a vast selection of Medieval History Books and Collectibles on MEDIAEVAL GERMANY Volume I Introduction [&] Volume II Essays.
BARRACLOUGH Geoffrey. THE BOOK AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF BRITAIN c. A Study in Written and Visual Literacy and. Pubblicazioni.
EN) Public Notaries and the Papal Curia () (EN) Papal Provisions: Aspects of Church History Constitutional, Legal and Administrative in the Later Middle Ages ()(EN) Factors in German History ()(EN) Origins of Modern Germany ()(EN) Mediaeval Germany - () essays by German historians, translator(EN) Crown, Community.
Mediaeval Germany, Essays by German Historians. Translated book on medieval Germany in the English language is a reflection of the twilight of a day which has passed". He quotes with satisfaction Mediaeval Germany, and the Norman Monarchies").
The reign of Henry IV. Mediaeval Germany, Essays by German Historians. Two Volumes. (Oxford: Basil Black well. xii, ; x, 7/6; 12/6.) Mr. Barraclough's work inaugu.
rates a series of studies designed to acquaint students in the English univer. sities with the thought of the German historians who are " rewriting mediaeval history ". Worms, Concordat of () Agreement between Holy Roman Emperor Henry V and Pope Calixtus II settling the investiture conflict, a struggle between the Empire and the papacy over control of Church offices.
The Emperor agreed to the free election of Bishops and Abbots, and surrendered his claim to invest them with the spiritual symbols of ring and staff. Barraclough's book is based in good measure on the essays by prominent German historians that he had translated and analyzed in the s: Mediaeval Germany – Essays by German Historians, 2 vols.
(Oxford, ).Cited by: 6. Mediaeval Germany, Essays by German Historians (Studies in Mediaeval History, V. ) Geoffrey Barraclough. from: $ Reflections on the Medieval German Nobility. JOHN B. FREED. ASTIMOTHY REUTER OBSERVED, the "nobility has been one of the main concerns of medieval historians since the second world war," but "surprisingly little European scholarship on the subject is generally known in the English-speaking world."l Except for Reuter's own translations of a number of important.
Ulrich Stutz, "The Proprietary Church as an Element of Mediaeval Germanic Ecclesiastical Law," ed. and trans. Geoffrey Barraclough, Studies in Mediaeval Germany2. Geoffrey Barraclough has 43 books on Goodreads with ratings. Geoffrey Barraclough’s most popular book is The Times Atlas of World History.Mediaeval Germany, essays by German historians / translated with an introduction by Geoffrey The Times concise atlas of world history [cartographic material] / edited by.
Origins of Modern Germany () Mediaeval Germany – () essays by German historians, translator Crown, Community and Parliament in the Later Middle Ages: Studies in English Constitutional History by Gaillard T. Lapsley () editor with Helen M. Cam History in a Changing World ().