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Germany in the High Middle Ages c.1050-1200 (Horst Fuhrmann Timothy Reuter (tr)) Paperback Book, (Cambridge University Press, 1986) 9780521319805
Germany in the High Middle Ages c.1050-1200 (Horst Fuhrmann Timothy Reuter (tr)) Paperback Book, (Cambridge University Press, 1986) 9780521319805
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Title: Germany in the High Middle Ages c.1050-1200

Author: Fuhrmann, Horst Timothy Reuter (tr)

Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Publication Date: 1986

Paperback; ISBN: 9780521319805

Volumes: 1; Pages: 195

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A comprehensive analysis of the fundamental political, social, economic and cultural changes in Europe between 1050 and 1200.ContentsPart I. German history in the High Middle Ages--Concepts, Explanations, Facts: 1. The three 'essentials' of history--space, time, and man2. Germany in the Europe of the high Middle AgesPart II. 'Progress and Promise': The German Empire in the Mid Eleventh Century: 3. Social stratification and the structure of government in the Ottonian and Salian period4. Rex et sacerdos--the priestly kingship of Henry III (1039-56)5. Strengths and weaknesses of Salian kingship6. Henry III as Roman patricius and the German popes7. The beginnings and aims of church reform8. The distance from the rest of Europe: France, England and the NorthPart III. From Christus Domini to Antichrist: The King of Germany and the Investiture Contest: 9. The reign of Henry IV and its consequences10. The rise of the secular state and the priestly churchPart IV. Political Reorientation and Emergent Diversity: From Salian Imperial Church System to Staufer Kingship: 11. The results of the investiture contest12. 'The love of learning and the desire for God': church and spirituality in the age of Bernard of Clairvaux13. Lothar III: kingship without a future14. Conrad III: kingship without imperial gloryPart V. The Centre-Point of the German Middle Ages: Frederick Barbarossa and His Age: 15. The election of Frederick I and the policy of balance: Frederick and the Empire before the Alexandrine schism16. Empire and papacy in the struggle for supremacy17. New forms of government18. Henry VI and the shift in the Empire's centre of gravityBibliographyIndex
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