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The Tensions of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries
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A. G. Dickens areas became Braudel canon law Carolingian central character Charlemagne Christian church cities civilization clergy common concept conflict corporate order countries crown dynastic early economic eighteenth century emancipation emerging England English trans epoch especially estates European history eventually Fernand Braudel feudal fifteenth fourteenth France French French Revolution fundamental German Geschichte historians humanists impact increasingly individual institutions interpretation Jacob Burckhardt Karl Holl king kingship land late seventeenth century later Leopold Von Ranke lord Luther manorial Marc Bloch ment modern movement municipal nineteenth century nobility nobles Old Europe organized Otto Brunner papacy Paris peasant period political pope population princes putting-out system R. W. Southern Reform Papacy regarded regional religion religious remained Renaissance Revolution Richelieu Roman royal rulers scholars secular sixteenth century social social-political order social-political structure society teenth century term tion traditional turies village