England and Germany in the High Middle Ages

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

EditorAlfred Haverkamp, Hanna Vollrath

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This collection of essays examines the similarities and differences between medieval England and Germany at a period of great change in almost all areas of life. It asks a number of fundamental questions which highlight the foundations of a rich common European heritage. What was it that madelife in the twelfth century more varied, less peaceful, and less secure than before? How can the parellel developments, changes, and transformations that took place in Latin Europe in the High Middle Ages be related to each other? What answers were found to the challenges of the age in England andGermany? This volume gives the reader an opportunity to see how English-speaking and German scholars approach similar themes. Edited by two leading German medievalists, it includes 17 contributions by eminent scholrs from Britain, North America, and Germany. It is divided into 4 sections on modes ofcommunication, war and peace, Christians and non-Christians, and urban and rural developments, and is essential reading for students and scholars of English or German medieval history.

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This collection of essays examines the similarities and differences between medieval England and Germany at a period of great change in almost all areas of life. It asks a number of fundamental questions which highlight the foundations of a rich common European heritage. What was it that made life in the twelfth century more varied, le...

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This collection of essays examines the similarities and differences between medieval England and Germany at a period of great change in almost all areas of life. It asks a number of fundamental questions which highlight the foundations of a rich common European heritage. What was it that madelife in the twelfth century more varied, le...

Alfred Haverkamp is at University of Trier. Hanna Vollrath is at Ruhr University Bochum.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:398 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 1.14 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0199205043

ISBN - 13:9780199205042

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This collection of essays examines the similarities and differences between medieval England and Germany at a period of great change in almost all areas of life. It asks a number of fundamental questions which highlight the foundations of a rich common European heritage. What was it that made life in the twelfth century more varied, less peaceful, and less secure than before? How can the parallel developments, changes, and transformations that took place in Latin Europe in the High Middle Ages be related to each other? What answers were found to the challenges of the age in England and Germany?

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`The great strength of this book is that it makes available to Anglophone readers a wide variety of current German scholarship on medieval Germany on a scale unseen since the work of Geoffrey Barraclough during the interwar years of this century ... This is a significant publication withregard to medieval Germany.'The Medieval Review