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Pinwell Books

All aspects of Medieval history. the Anglo-Saxon world, diversifying into the Byzantium & the late Roman period

Medieval Germany and its Neighbours: 900-1250


8vo. xii, 288 p, 2 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations. Light wear, bottom right corner creased. Page edges slightly toned. Footnotes with bibliographical references. From the Library of Professor D. Rollason & Dr L. Rollason of the Medieval History Department at Durham University. Contents: The Tenth-Century Condition -- Henry I and the Beginnings of the Saxon Empire -- The Battle at the Lech, 955 -- Ottonian Government -- The Tenth Century in Byzantine-Western Relationships -- The Polemics of the Papal Revolution -- The German Aristocracy from the Ninth to the Early Twelfth Century: A Historical and Cultural Sketch -- England and the Empire in the Early Twelfth Century -- Frederick Barbarossa, Henry II and the Hand of St. James -- Some Reflections on Twelfth-Century Kings and Kingship -- The Emperor Frederick II.