Readings in Medieval History: The Later Middle Ages

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University of Toronto Press, 2010 - History - 803 pages
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Volume II: The Later Middle Ages begins in the late eleventh century. For this new edition, Patrick J. Geary has incorporated more bibliographical information into the introductions to the readings. St. Thomas Aquinas' "On the Proof of God's Existence," selections from the Saxon Mirror (Sachsenspiegel), and sources from Poland have been added. A glossary is provided to help with unfamiliar terms. For students who want to dig deeper into the primary sources, secondary readings about the primary sources are listed.

 

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Contents

Preface
ix
Cluniac Charters The Foundation Charter ofCluny
315
Charters of the Grossi Family
317
Miracles of Saint Foy
322
Anselm Proslogion
329
Bernard of Clairvaux Sermons on the Song of Songs
342
Guibert of Nogent Memoirs
351
Lords and Vassals 27 Fulbert of Chartres Letter to William of Aquitaine
376
The Book of Margery Kempe
523
The Empire 40 Pope Gregory VII and King Henry IV The Investiture Controversy
554
The Concordat of Worms
579
Otto of Freising The Deeds of Frederick Barbarossa
580
The Saxon Mirror Sachsenspiegel
590
Emperor Charles IV Autobiography
595
The Golden Bull
610
The Deeds of the Princes of the Poles
631

Hugh ofLusignan Agreement between Lord and Vassal
377
Galbert of Bruges The Murder of Charles the Good
382
The First Crusade 30 Four Accounts Fulcher of Chartres
394
Solomon Bar Simson
406
Ibn AlAthir
413
Anna Comnena
418
The Fourth Lateran Council 31 Canons of the Fourth Lateran Council 1215
430
The Mendicants 32 The Rule of Saint Francis of Assisi
456
Clare of Assisi Testament
460
Canonization Process of St Dominic
464
Thomas of Cantimpré Defense of the Mendicants
475
St Thomas Aquinas On the Proofs of Gods Existence
478
Church and Society in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries 37 Jacques Fournier Inquisition Records
482
Marsilius of Padua Discourses
502
The Chronicle of Thietmar of Merseburg
639
Enquêts of King Louis
659
Jean Froissart Chronicles
669
The Trial of Joan of Arc
693
England
708
Richard fitz Nigel Dialogue of the Exchequer
716
An Example
722
Royal Courts of England The Huntingdonshire Eyre of 1286
744
The Iberian Peninsula
751
Italy
762
Catasto of 1427
773
Gregorio Dati Diary
785
Glossary
800
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Patrick J. Geary, Professor of History at the University of California, Los Angeles, is the author and editor of numerous books on medieval history.

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