The Age of Faith: A History of Medieval Civilization--Christian, Islamic, and Judaic-- from Constantine to Dante: A.D. 325-1300
"Covers the economy, politics, law, government, religion, morals, manners, education, literature, science, philosophy, and art of the Christians, Moslems, and Jews during an epoch that saw vital contests among the three great religions and between the religious and the secular view of human life."--Jacket.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
accepted allowed apparently Arabic army became bishops brought built Byzantine Caliph called capital century Christ Christian Church civilization clergy Constantinople continued council court Crusaders death defeated died East ecclesiastical Emperor Empire England entered established Europe faith father feudal followed force France gave German give gold Greek Gregory hand head Henry hundred Islam Italy Jewish Jews King land later Latin learned literature lived lord medieval merchants Mohammed monasteries monks moral Moslem mosque never nobles once organized pagan palace papacy papal peace perhaps Persian philosophy poet political poor Pope priest protection raised received religion religious remained returned rich Roman Rome rule says schools sent slaves soon soul Spain thought thousand took towns trade turned usually wealth West wife women