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The Resource Mediaeval Germany, 911-1250;, essays by German historians, translated with an introduction by Geoffrey Barraclough

Mediaeval Germany, 911-1250;, essays by German historians, translated with an introduction by Geoffrey Barraclough

Label
Mediaeval Germany, 911-1250;
Title
Mediaeval Germany, 911-1250;
Statement of responsibility
essays by German historians, translated with an introduction by Geoffrey Barraclough
Creator
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1908-1984
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Barraclough, Geoffrey
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
LC call number
DD126
LC item number
.B35
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Studies in mediaeval history, edited by Geoffrey Barraclough 1-2
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  • Constitutional history
  • Germany
  • Investiture
  • Church and state
Label
Mediaeval Germany, 911-1250;, essays by German historians, translated with an introduction by Geoffrey Barraclough
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliographical foot-notes
Contents
I. Introduction.--II. Essays: The historical foundations of the German constitution, by Theodor Mayer. The proprietary church as an element of mediaeval Germanic ecclesiastical law, by Ulric Stutz. Franconia's place in the structure of mediaeval Germany, by Bernhard Schmeidler. The investiture contest and the German constitution, by Paul Joachimsen. The constitutional history of the reformed monasteries during the investiture contest, by Hans Hirsch. The state of the dukes of Zähringen, by Theodor Mayer. Constitutional reorganization and reform under the Hohenstaufen, by Otto freiherr von Dungern. Feudalism and the German constitution, by Heinrich Mitteis. The beginning of the national state in mediaeval Germany and the Norman monarchies, by Albert Brackmann
Control code
476337
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
2 v.
Lccn
39018883
Other physical details
illus. (map)
Label
Mediaeval Germany, 911-1250;, essays by German historians, translated with an introduction by Geoffrey Barraclough
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliographical foot-notes
Contents
I. Introduction.--II. Essays: The historical foundations of the German constitution, by Theodor Mayer. The proprietary church as an element of mediaeval Germanic ecclesiastical law, by Ulric Stutz. Franconia's place in the structure of mediaeval Germany, by Bernhard Schmeidler. The investiture contest and the German constitution, by Paul Joachimsen. The constitutional history of the reformed monasteries during the investiture contest, by Hans Hirsch. The state of the dukes of Zähringen, by Theodor Mayer. Constitutional reorganization and reform under the Hohenstaufen, by Otto freiherr von Dungern. Feudalism and the German constitution, by Heinrich Mitteis. The beginning of the national state in mediaeval Germany and the Norman monarchies, by Albert Brackmann
Control code
476337
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
2 v.
Lccn
39018883
Other physical details
illus. (map)

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