The first 'religious and cultural' part of the fourth volume of The New Cambridge Medieval History.
Table of Contents
Introduction Jonathan Riley-Smith and David Luscombe; 1. The rural economy and demographic growth Robert Fossier; 2. Towns and the growth of trade Derek Keene; 3. Government and community, 1024–1204 Susan Reynolds; 4. The development of law Peter Landau; 5. Knightly society Jean Flori; 6. War, peace and the Christian order, 1024–1204 Ernst-Dieter Hehl; 7. The structure of the church, 1024–1073 H. E. J. Cowdrey; 8. Reform and the church, 1073–1122 I. S. Robinson; 9. Religious communities, 1024–1215 Giles Constable; 10. The institutions of the church, 1073–1216 I. S. Robinson; 11. Thought and learning D. E. Luscombe; 12. Religion and laity (including popular devotions and heresy) Bernard Hamilton; 13. The crusades, 1095–1198 Jonathan Riley-Smith; 14. The eastern churches Jean Richard; 15. Muslim Spain and Portugal: al-Andalus and its neighbours, 1025–1198 Hugh Kennedy; 16. The Jews in Europe and the Mediterranean basin in the eleventh and twelfth centuries Robert Chazan; 17. Literature (Latin and vernacular) Jan Ziolkowski; 18. Romanesque and gothic: architecture and the arts Patrick Kidson; List of primary sources; Bibliography of secondary sources arranged by chapter; Index of manuscripts.
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