The New Cambridge Medieval History: Vol. 3: C. 900-C. 1024

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  • New Cambridge Medieval History: c.900–c.1024. 1st Ed. Vol. 3
  • New Cambridge Medieval History Vol. 3 c.900–c.1024, 1st Edition
  • New Cambridge Medieval History. Vol 3
  • Cambridge : Cambridge University Press 1999
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1 online resource (xxv, 863 pages) : digital, PDF file(s).
  • 1-139-05572-0
  • Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
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  • Introduction : reading the tenth century / Timothy Reuter -- Rural economy and country life / Robert Fossier -- Merchants, markets and towns / Peter Johanek -- Rulers and government / Janet L. Nelson -- The church / Rosamond McKitterick -- Monasticism : the first wave of reform / Joachim Wollasch -- Intellectual life / Claudio Leonardi -- Artists and patrons / Henry Mayr-Harting -- The Ottonians as kings and emperors / Eckhard Müller-Mertens -- Saxony and the Elbe Slavs in the tenth century / Gerd Althoff -- Bavaria in the tenth and early eleventh centuries / Herwig Wolfram -- Lotharingia / Michel Parisse -- Burgundy and Provence, 879-1014 / Constance Brittain Bouchard -- The kingdom of Italy / Giuseppe Sergi -- West Francia : the kingdom / Jean Dunbabin -- West Francia : the northern principalities / David Bates -- Western Francia : the southern principalities / Michel Zimmerman -- England, c. 900-1016 / Simon Keynes.
  • European Russia, c. 500-c.1050 / Thomas S. Noonan -- Bohemia and Poland : two examples of successful Slavonic state-formation / Jerzy Strzelczyk -- Hungary / Kornél Bakay -- Byzantium in equilibrium, 886-944 ; Bulgaria : the other Balkan 'empire' ; Byzantium expanding, 944-1025 ; Byzantium and the West / Jonathan Shepard -- Southern Italy in the tenth century / G.A. Loud -- Sicily and al-Andalus under Muslim rule / Hugh Kennedy -- The Spanish kingdoms / Roger Collins.
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  • The period of the tenth and early eleventh centuries was crucial in the formation of Europe, much of whose political geography and larger-scale divisions began to take shape at this time. It was also an era of great fragmentation, and hence of differences which have been magnified by modern national historiographical traditions. This volume of The New Cambridge Medieval History reflects these varying traditions, and provides an authoritative survey in its own terms. The volume is divided into three sections. The first covers general themes such as the economy, government, and religious, cultural, and intellectual life. The second is devoted to the kingdoms and principalities which had emerged within the area of the former Carolingian empire as well as the 'honorary Carolingian' region of England. The final section deals with the emergent principalities of eastern Europe and the new and established empires, states and statelets of the Mediterranean world.
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