Medieval World: Europe 1100-1350 Friedrich Heer

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Medieval World: Europe 1100-1350  by  Friedrich Heer

Medieval World: Europe 1100-1350 by Friedrich Heer
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By the fourteenth century Christian Europe had become irrevocably separated from the Byzantine and Islamic civilizations- the Crusades, the rise of the Roman Church, and the fixed boundaries of new national states had closed the open society of theMoreBy the fourteenth century Christian Europe had become irrevocably separated from the Byzantine and Islamic civilizations- the Crusades, the rise of the Roman Church, and the fixed boundaries of new national states had closed the open society of the twelfth century.A Period of Change and Ferment: Europe 1100-1350In a fascinating panorama of medieval life- politics, religion, science, art- Friedrich Heer describes how this great change took place.

He analyzes the politics and institutions of the age, discussing the aristocracy, the peasantry, and most importantly, the Church, with its ambivalent attitude toward contemporary philosophy and intellectual movements. Writing with authority and enthusiasm, Professor Heer offers a challenging new perspective of the medieval world.Packed with a learning which would burst at the seams were it not controlled by the disciplined order and arranging of its progress, the text is both broadly inclusive and yet intimately informed.

-New York Times



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