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The Resource The medieval French monarchy

The medieval French monarchy

Label
The medieval French monarchy
Title
The medieval French monarchy
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1935-
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Henneman, John Bell
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
DC82
LC item number
.H46
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
European problem studies
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France
Label
The medieval French monarchy
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
Disintegration of the Carolingian monarchy: Dhondt, J. Nationalism and the territorial principalities. Lewis, A. R. The failure of public authority in Languedoc.--Change of dynasty in 987: Lemarignier, J. F. The contracting sphere of royal influence. Calmette, J. A feudal lord on the throne.--Revival of kingship under the Capetians: Bloch, M. The Capetian miracle of healing. Lemarignier, J. F. Signs of revival after 1077. Luchaire, A. Louis VI and the enforcement of justice. Pacaut, M. From grandeur to prudence: the policy of Louis VII. Fawtier, R. The great kings of dynasty. Joinville, J. de. Louis IX, the embodiment of morality and justice. Fesler, J. W. The emergence of provincial administration. Rogozinski, J. The lawyers of Languedoc in local government. Pegues, F. J. The role of lawyers in the central government.--The enigma of Philip the Fair: Strayer, J. R. Philip IV: a King who was constitutional. Lyon, B. Philip IV: a King who avoided being constitutional.--Developing institutions of government: Brown, E. A. R. Philip IV and the morality of taxation.--Insecurity, crisis, and triumph: the 14th and 15th centuries: Cazelles, R. Politics and factions under Philip VI. Perroy, E. The panic and defeat of John II. Lewis, P. S. The Valois kings and their final triumph.--Bibliography (p. [144]-148)
Control code
615842
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
148 p.
Isbn
9780030866302
Lccn
72014006
Other physical details
illus.
Label
The medieval French monarchy
Publication
Contents
Disintegration of the Carolingian monarchy: Dhondt, J. Nationalism and the territorial principalities. Lewis, A. R. The failure of public authority in Languedoc.--Change of dynasty in 987: Lemarignier, J. F. The contracting sphere of royal influence. Calmette, J. A feudal lord on the throne.--Revival of kingship under the Capetians: Bloch, M. The Capetian miracle of healing. Lemarignier, J. F. Signs of revival after 1077. Luchaire, A. Louis VI and the enforcement of justice. Pacaut, M. From grandeur to prudence: the policy of Louis VII. Fawtier, R. The great kings of dynasty. Joinville, J. de. Louis IX, the embodiment of morality and justice. Fesler, J. W. The emergence of provincial administration. Rogozinski, J. The lawyers of Languedoc in local government. Pegues, F. J. The role of lawyers in the central government.--The enigma of Philip the Fair: Strayer, J. R. Philip IV: a King who was constitutional. Lyon, B. Philip IV: a King who avoided being constitutional.--Developing institutions of government: Brown, E. A. R. Philip IV and the morality of taxation.--Insecurity, crisis, and triumph: the 14th and 15th centuries: Cazelles, R. Politics and factions under Philip VI. Perroy, E. The panic and defeat of John II. Lewis, P. S. The Valois kings and their final triumph.--Bibliography (p. [144]-148)
Control code
615842
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
148 p.
Isbn
9780030866302
Lccn
72014006
Other physical details
illus.

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