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Later Medieval Europe 1250-1520

ISBN-10: 0582258316
ISBN-13: 9780582258310
Edition: 3rd 2001 (Revised)
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Description: This edition takes the narrative beyond the confines of western Europe with chapters on East Central Europe and the teutonic knights, and the Portuguese expansion across the Atlantic.

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List price: $61.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 7/9/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 372
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.704
Language: English

This edition takes the narrative beyond the confines of western Europe with chapters on East Central Europe and the teutonic knights, and the Portuguese expansion across the Atlantic.

Daniel Waley was formerly Keeper of Manuscripts at the British MuseumPeter Denley teaches history at Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of London

List of Maps; Figure; Table
Preface to the Third Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Acknowledgements
Bibliographical note
Maps
The Thirteenth Century: Expansion and Hegemony
Government in the Later Thirteenth Century
The political contours of thirteenth-century Europe
Monarchs and subjects
Kingship and law
Consent and consultation: medieval parliaments
Government and administration
Communes: the medieval city-state
Institutions of urban government
Conclusion
King James I negotiates with the Catalan Estates, 1264
Further reading
Italy and the Mediterranean in the Second Half of the Thirteenth Century
Italy after 1250
Sicily: the struggle for succession
The papacy, the Angevin alliance and the defeat of the Hohenstaufen
Venice and the lure of Byzantium
Aragonese expansion
The Sicilian revolt
The late thirteenth-century papacy
Conclusion
Further reading
The Triumph of the French Monarchy
The late thirteenth-century Capetians
Crown and Church: Philip the Fair and Boniface VIII
Taxation: politics, persecution and consent
Concepts and images of monarchy and nation
Further reading
The Fourteenth Century: Crises and Restructuring
Fragmentation in Germany
The medieval empire
Imperial politics from 1273
Fragmentation and confederation
The Swiss Confederation
The diffusion of power
The Battle of Morgarten, 1315
Further reading
Economic Setbacks and Developments in the Later Middle Ages
Introduction
The European economy to the end of the thirteenth century
The problems of the fourteenth century
Plague and popular movements
New developments
Conclusion
Further reading
The Troubles of the Roman Church
The Avignon papacy
The Great Schism and the conciliar movement
The Hussite revolution
Further reading
French Defeats and Chivalrous Ideals: The Hundred Years War
The background to the war
The first phase of the war
Internal problems of the French monarchy
The ideals of chivalry
Chivalry and warfare
Further reading
The Fifteenth Century: New Dynamics
The Early Renaissance
The urban and secular culture of Italy
A cultural 'rebirth'?
Wealth, family and patronage
Florence and the spread of new ideas
Further reading
Burgundy, the Great Duchy of the West
France's internal crisis and the rise and fall of Burgundy
The Burgundian state
Conclusion
Philip the Good's Banquet at Lille, 1454
Further reading
The Territorial Lordships of Italy
The decline of the republics
The rise of the signori: the case of Milan
Florence and the Medici
The Italian political system
Rulers as patrons
Leonardo da Vinci writes to offer his services to Ludovico 'Il Moro' of Milan, c.1483
Further reading
The French Recovery
English triumphs and reversals: the end of the war
Louis XI
Charles VIII, Louis XII and Italy
Further reading
The Unification of Spain
Introduction
Castile and Aragon
The marriage of Ferdinand and Isabella
The rule of Ferdinand and Isabella
Religious unification
Conclusion
Further reading
German Disunity and the Origins of the Reformation
Emperor, princes and the Church
Germany and the papacy
Critics and reformers
Lutheranism and the Reformation
German National Sentiment in Celtis' Ingolstadt Address, 1492
Further reading
Western Europe's Peripheries
The Turkish Conquest of South-Eastern Europe
Westerners in the East and the decline of Byzantium
The Ottoman Turks
Late medieval crusading
Mahomet II and the fall of Constantinople
Further reading
East Central Europe
Changing concepts of East and West
Hungary
Bohemia
Poland
The Teutonic knights
Conclusion
Further reading
The Atlantic: from Exploration to Hegemony
Introduction
Portugal and overseas enterprise
The foundations for two empires
Further reading
New Perspectives
Population and the Family
Introduction: medieval demography
A case study: Florentine Tuscany in the early fifteenth century
Family structures, strategies and solidarities
Further reading
Political Writers and the Stronger State
Francesco Guicciardini
Niccolo Machiavelli
Philippe de Commynes
Conclusion
Further reading
Index

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