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The 1100s, Helen Cothran, book editor

Label
The 1100s
Title
The 1100s
Statement of responsibility
Helen Cothran, book editor
Title variation
Eleven hundreds
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
909.07
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
CB354.6
LC item number
.A17 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Headlines in history
Label
The 1100s, Helen Cothran, book editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 293-296) and index
Contents
  • The Becket controversy
  • by Roger of Hoveden
  • Henry II: conflict with the church
  • by John Harvey
  • The Holy Crusades
  • by Sidney Packard
  • Crusading knights: Knights Templar and Hospitaler
  • by Frances Gies
  • The Islamic reaction to the Crusades
  • by P.H. Newby
  • The rise of the papacy, an overview
  • The crusaders through the eyes of a Muslim
  • by Usama ibn Munqidh
  • Feudalism and knightly ethics
  • by Fred A. Cazel
  • The world of knights: fact and fiction
  • by Andrea Hopkins
  • Chrétien de Troyes and courtly love
  • by Peter S. Noble
  • Lancelot and Guinevere
  • by Chrétien de Troyes
  • by Bernhard Schimmelpfennig
  • The influence of the troubadours
  • by Raimon De Loi
  • Songs of a troubadour
  • by Bernart De Ventadorn
  • Romantic legend: Eleanor of Aquitaine
  • by D.D.R. Owen
  • Overview: the twelfth-century renaissance
  • by Marshall Clagatt, Gaines Post, and Robert Reynolds, eds.
  • The rise of universities
  • by Lawrence Cunningham and John Reich
  • St. Bernard and the rise of Cistercian monasticism
  • Conflicting philosophies: humanism and scholasticism
  • by Dom. David Knowles
  • Abelard the intellectual
  • by Jacques Le Goff
  • Letters of Abelard and Heloise
  • by Peter Abelard and Heloise
  • John of Salisbury and Christian humanism
  • by Marjorie Chibnall
  • In defense of eloquence
  • by John of Salisbury
  • by Louis J. Lekai
  • Human intellect is limited
  • by Moses Maimonides
  • Vertical cathedrals: rise of gothic architecture
  • by Russell Chamberlin
  • The rise of China as a sea power
  • by Jung-Pang Lo
  • Confucianism in twelfth-century China
  • by James T.C. Liu
  • Chinese rituals in the twelfth century
  • by Chu Hsi, translated by Patricia Buckley Ebrey
  • Bernard's sermon on humility
  • The Samurai code of honor
  • by Eiko Ikegami
  • An example of Japanese storytelling
  • by Anonymous, tranlated by Marian Ury
  • The development of the Kamakura government
  • by Edwin O. Reischauer
  • The rise of Genghis Khan
  • by Daniel Cohen
  • Temujin slays his brother
  • by Anonymous, translated by Paul Kahn
  • by Bernard of Clairvaux--
  • Talking pottery: the Chimu Indians of Peru
  • by Victor W. von Hagen
  • Demise of the Toltecs
  • by Richard A. Diehl
  • The rise and fall of the Anasazi Indians
  • by Linda S. Cordell
  • Frederick I Barbarossa: power over the papacy
  • by Marcel Pacaut
  • The Becket controversy
  • by Roger of Hoveden
  • Henry II: conflict with the church
  • by John Harvey
  • The Holy Crusades
  • by Sidney Packard
  • Crusading knights: Knights Templar and Hospitaler
  • by Frances Gies
  • The Islamic reaction to the Crusades
  • by P.H. Newby
  • The rise of the papacy, an overview
  • The crusaders through the eyes of a Muslim
  • by Usama ibn Munqidh
  • Feudalism and knightly ethics
  • by Fred A. Cazel
  • The world of knights: fact and fiction
  • by Andrea Hopkins
  • Chrétien de Troyes and courtly love
  • by Peter S. Noble
  • Lancelot and Guinevere
  • by Chrétien de Troyes
  • by Bernhard Schimmelpfennig
  • The influence of the troubadours
  • by Raimon De Loi
  • Songs of a troubadour
  • by Bernart De Ventadorn
  • Romantic legend: Eleanor of Aquitaine
  • by D.D.R. Owen
  • Overview: the twelfth-century renaissance
  • by Marshall Clagatt, Gaines Post, and Robert Reynolds, eds.
  • The rise of universities
  • by Lawrence Cunningham and John Reich
  • St. Bernard and the rise of Cistercian monasticism
  • Conflicting philosophies: humanism and scholasticism
  • by Dom. David Knowles
  • Abelard the intellectual
  • by Jacques Le Goff
  • Letters of Abelard and Heloise
  • by Peter Abelard and Heloise
  • John of Salisbury and Christian humanism
  • by Marjorie Chibnall
  • In defense of eloquence
  • by John of Salisbury
  • by Louis J. Lekai
  • Human intellect is limited
  • by Moses Maimonides
  • Vertical cathedrals: rise of gothic architecture
  • by Russell Chamberlin
  • The rise of China as a sea power
  • by Jung-Pang Lo
  • Confucianism in twelfth-century China
  • by James T.C. Liu
  • Chinese rituals in the twelfth century
  • by Chu Hsi, translated by Patricia Buckley Ebrey
  • Bernard's sermon on humility
  • The Samurai code of honor
  • by Eiko Ikegami
  • An example of Japanese storytelling
  • by Anonymous, tranlated by Marian Ury
  • The development of the Kamakura government
  • by Edwin O. Reischauer
  • The rise of Genghis Khan
  • by Daniel Cohen
  • Temujin slays his brother
  • by Anonymous, translated by Paul Kahn
  • by Bernard of Clairvaux--
  • Talking pottery: the Chimu Indians of Peru
  • by Victor W. von Hagen
  • Demise of the Toltecs
  • by Richard A. Diehl
  • The rise and fall of the Anasazi Indians
  • by Linda S. Cordell
  • Frederick I Barbarossa: power over the papacy
  • by Marcel Pacaut
Control code
ocm44885315
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
304 p.
Isbn
9780737705300
Isbn Type
(lib.)
Lccn
00064035
Other physical details
ill., maps
Label
The 1100s, Helen Cothran, book editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 293-296) and index
Contents
  • The Becket controversy
  • by Roger of Hoveden
  • Henry II: conflict with the church
  • by John Harvey
  • The Holy Crusades
  • by Sidney Packard
  • Crusading knights: Knights Templar and Hospitaler
  • by Frances Gies
  • The Islamic reaction to the Crusades
  • by P.H. Newby
  • The rise of the papacy, an overview
  • The crusaders through the eyes of a Muslim
  • by Usama ibn Munqidh
  • Feudalism and knightly ethics
  • by Fred A. Cazel
  • The world of knights: fact and fiction
  • by Andrea Hopkins
  • Chrétien de Troyes and courtly love
  • by Peter S. Noble
  • Lancelot and Guinevere
  • by Chrétien de Troyes
  • by Bernhard Schimmelpfennig
  • The influence of the troubadours
  • by Raimon De Loi
  • Songs of a troubadour
  • by Bernart De Ventadorn
  • Romantic legend: Eleanor of Aquitaine
  • by D.D.R. Owen
  • Overview: the twelfth-century renaissance
  • by Marshall Clagatt, Gaines Post, and Robert Reynolds, eds.
  • The rise of universities
  • by Lawrence Cunningham and John Reich
  • St. Bernard and the rise of Cistercian monasticism
  • Conflicting philosophies: humanism and scholasticism
  • by Dom. David Knowles
  • Abelard the intellectual
  • by Jacques Le Goff
  • Letters of Abelard and Heloise
  • by Peter Abelard and Heloise
  • John of Salisbury and Christian humanism
  • by Marjorie Chibnall
  • In defense of eloquence
  • by John of Salisbury
  • by Louis J. Lekai
  • Human intellect is limited
  • by Moses Maimonides
  • Vertical cathedrals: rise of gothic architecture
  • by Russell Chamberlin
  • The rise of China as a sea power
  • by Jung-Pang Lo
  • Confucianism in twelfth-century China
  • by James T.C. Liu
  • Chinese rituals in the twelfth century
  • by Chu Hsi, translated by Patricia Buckley Ebrey
  • Bernard's sermon on humility
  • The Samurai code of honor
  • by Eiko Ikegami
  • An example of Japanese storytelling
  • by Anonymous, tranlated by Marian Ury
  • The development of the Kamakura government
  • by Edwin O. Reischauer
  • The rise of Genghis Khan
  • by Daniel Cohen
  • Temujin slays his brother
  • by Anonymous, translated by Paul Kahn
  • by Bernard of Clairvaux--
  • Talking pottery: the Chimu Indians of Peru
  • by Victor W. von Hagen
  • Demise of the Toltecs
  • by Richard A. Diehl
  • The rise and fall of the Anasazi Indians
  • by Linda S. Cordell
  • Frederick I Barbarossa: power over the papacy
  • by Marcel Pacaut
  • The Becket controversy
  • by Roger of Hoveden
  • Henry II: conflict with the church
  • by John Harvey
  • The Holy Crusades
  • by Sidney Packard
  • Crusading knights: Knights Templar and Hospitaler
  • by Frances Gies
  • The Islamic reaction to the Crusades
  • by P.H. Newby
  • The rise of the papacy, an overview
  • The crusaders through the eyes of a Muslim
  • by Usama ibn Munqidh
  • Feudalism and knightly ethics
  • by Fred A. Cazel
  • The world of knights: fact and fiction
  • by Andrea Hopkins
  • Chrétien de Troyes and courtly love
  • by Peter S. Noble
  • Lancelot and Guinevere
  • by Chrétien de Troyes
  • by Bernhard Schimmelpfennig
  • The influence of the troubadours
  • by Raimon De Loi
  • Songs of a troubadour
  • by Bernart De Ventadorn
  • Romantic legend: Eleanor of Aquitaine
  • by D.D.R. Owen
  • Overview: the twelfth-century renaissance
  • by Marshall Clagatt, Gaines Post, and Robert Reynolds, eds.
  • The rise of universities
  • by Lawrence Cunningham and John Reich
  • St. Bernard and the rise of Cistercian monasticism
  • Conflicting philosophies: humanism and scholasticism
  • by Dom. David Knowles
  • Abelard the intellectual
  • by Jacques Le Goff
  • Letters of Abelard and Heloise
  • by Peter Abelard and Heloise
  • John of Salisbury and Christian humanism
  • by Marjorie Chibnall
  • In defense of eloquence
  • by John of Salisbury
  • by Louis J. Lekai
  • Human intellect is limited
  • by Moses Maimonides
  • Vertical cathedrals: rise of gothic architecture
  • by Russell Chamberlin
  • The rise of China as a sea power
  • by Jung-Pang Lo
  • Confucianism in twelfth-century China
  • by James T.C. Liu
  • Chinese rituals in the twelfth century
  • by Chu Hsi, translated by Patricia Buckley Ebrey
  • Bernard's sermon on humility
  • The Samurai code of honor
  • by Eiko Ikegami
  • An example of Japanese storytelling
  • by Anonymous, tranlated by Marian Ury
  • The development of the Kamakura government
  • by Edwin O. Reischauer
  • The rise of Genghis Khan
  • by Daniel Cohen
  • Temujin slays his brother
  • by Anonymous, translated by Paul Kahn
  • by Bernard of Clairvaux--
  • Talking pottery: the Chimu Indians of Peru
  • by Victor W. von Hagen
  • Demise of the Toltecs
  • by Richard A. Diehl
  • The rise and fall of the Anasazi Indians
  • by Linda S. Cordell
  • Frederick I Barbarossa: power over the papacy
  • by Marcel Pacaut
Control code
ocm44885315
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
304 p.
Isbn
9780737705300
Isbn Type
(lib.)
Lccn
00064035
Other physical details
ill., maps
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