Europe in the High Middle Ages, 1150-1309
A broad survey of European history between 1150-1309 in which discussion (on a regional or continent-wide basis) of social, economic, administrative and intellectual themes is woven into a framework of political events.
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SOCIAL FRONTIERS CLERKS AND LAYMEN
CRUSADES AND MISSIONS
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