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" France, particularly during the latter half of the twelfth century and the first half of the thirteenth, were for the most part of a Manichsan type. "
A Text-book of the History of Architecture - Page 196
by Alfred Dwight Foster Hamlin - 1897 - 441 pages
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Edward Augustus Freeman - Europe - 1881
...Swabian Emperors and the Italian cities which form Emperors. the chief feature of Italian history in the second half of the twelfth century and the first half of the thirteenth. Bound the younger and the elder capital, round Guelfic Milan and Milan and Ghibelin Pavia, gathered...
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The Historical Geography of Europe, Volume 1

Edward Augustus Freeman - Europe - 1881 - 21 pages
...Swabian Emperors and the Italian cities which form Emperors. the chief feature of Italian history in the second half of the twelfth century and the first half of the thirteenth. Round the younger and the elder capital, round Guelfic mian and Milan and Ghibelin Pavia, gathered...
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History of Architecture

A. D. F. Hamlin - 1897 - 441 pages
...FRANCE. In the development of the principles outlined in the foregoing chapter the church builders of France led the way. They s'urpassed all their contemporaries...champions of justice and human rights, led to the rapid recovery by the episcopacy of its ancient power and influence. The cathedral, as the thronechurch of...
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The lives of the popes in the early Middle Ages, Volume 9

Horace Kinder Mann, Johannes Hollnsteiner - Papacy - 1914
...permeated the continent of Europe and especially the south of France, particularly during the latter half of the twelfth century and the first half of the thirteenth, were for the most part of a Manichsan type. To hopelessly irrational theories with regard to the Deity...
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Mediaeval Trade and Finance

M. M. Postan - Business & Economics - 2002 - 392 pages
...England, to the early thirteenth. Yet even Lamprecht's figures show a rise of at least 50 per cent between the second half of the twelfth century and the first half of the thirteenth." (Table 4.1.) This was a veritable price revolution. Yet, in considering its economic effects, it is...
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The Cambridge Economic History of Europe: agrarian life of the Middle Ages

Michael Mo´ssey Postan - Europe - 1966
...England, to the early thirteenth. Yet even Lamprecht's figures show a rise of at least 50 per cent between the second half of the twelfth century and the first half of the thirteenth.18 This was a veritable price revolution. Yet, in considering its economic effects, it is...
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A Century of Biblical Archaeology

Peter Roger Stuart Moorey - Religion - 1991 - 189 pages
...the background to the legends of Abraham and Isaac at Beer-sheba [Genesis 21 :26] occurred between the second half of the twelfth century and the first half of the eleventh.4 It is ironic that Aharoni, who is one of the very few archaeologists to give a careful,...
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Wife and Widow in Medieval England

Sue Sheridan Walker - History - 1993 - 221 pages
...partners when marrying a second time. Both popes and law teachers addressed these difficulties during the second half of the twelfth century and the first half of the thirteenth. Pope Alexander III (1159-81) confronted the matter of the nuptial blessing in two decretals that were...
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The Medieval Warm Period

Malcolm K. Hughes, Henry F. Diaz - Science - 1994 - 342 pages
...summers is established for the period 1200 to 1310, in contrast to phases of high precipitation in the second half of the twelfth century and the first half of the fourteenth century. No particular correlation is evident between these fluctuations and those of summer...
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Matrons and Marginal Women in Medieval Society

Robert Edwards, Vickie L. Ziegler - History - 1995 - 127 pages
...partners when marrying a second time. Both popes and law teachers addressed these difficulties during the second half of the twelfth century and the first half of the thirteenth. Pope Alexander III (1 159-1 181) confronted the matter of the nuptial blessing in two decretals that...
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