The second 'political' part of the fourth volume of The New Cambridge Medieval History.
Table of Contents
Preface; Introduction Jonathan Riley-Smith and David Luscombe; 2. The papacy, 1024–1122 Uta-Renate Blumenthal; 3. The western empire (including the French speaking imperial lands) under the Salians Hanna Vollrath; 4. Italy in the eleventh century (a) Northern and central Italy Giovanni Tabacco (b) Southern Italy Graham Loud; 5. The kingdom of the Franks to 1108 Constance Bouchard; 6. Spain in the eleventh century Simon Barton; 7. England and Normandy, 1042–1137 Marjorie Chibnall; 8. The Byzantine empire, 1025–1118 Michael Angold; 9. Russia, the Bulgars and the southern Slavs, 1024–c.1200 Martin Dimnik; 10. Poland in the eleventh and twelfth centuries Jerzy Wyrozumski; 11. Scandinavia in the eleventh and twelfth centuries Peter Sawyer; 12. Hungary in the eleventh and twelfth centuries Nora Berend; 13. The papacy, 1122–98 I. S. Robinson; 14. The western empire, 1125–97 Benjamin Arnold; 15. Italy in the twelfth century (a) Northern and central Italy Giovanni Tabacco (b) Norman Sicily Graham Loud; 15. Spain in the twelfth century Peter Linehan; 16. The kingdom of the Franks from Louis VI to Philip II (a) Crown and government John W. Baldwin (b) The seigneuries Michel Bur; 17. England and the Angevin dominions, 1137–1204 Thomas K. Keefe; 18. Scotland, Wales and Ireland in the twelfth century Geoffrey Barrow; 19. The Byzantine empire, 1118–1204 Paul Magdalino; 20. The Latin east, 1098–1204 Hans Mayer; 21. Abbasids, Fatimids and Seljuqs Michael Brett; 22. Zangids, Ayyubids and Seljuqs Stephen Humphreys.
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