First European Revolution 970-1215
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Description: This book provides a radical reassessment of Europe from the late tenth to the early thirteenth centuries. Professor Moore argues that the period witnessed the first true revolution in European society, characterized by a transformation in the economy, in family structures, and in the sources of power and the means by which it was exercised. Together these changes brought into being for the first time an autonomous city-supporting civilization in non-Mediterranean Europe. The circumstances and outcome of this transformation, he demonstrates, not only shaped medieval and modern Europe but established enduring and fundamental characteristics which differentiated Europe from other world civilizations.The process at the heart of change involved social, cultural and institutional transformations whose implementation required extensive popular participation. On occasion it required the use or threat of popular violence, in part consciously sanctioned and led by some of those challenging for power within the social elite; once the revolution had been achieved this popular enthusiasm had to be subdued and contained. These developments were far from simple and anything but uniform. The differences which resulted both within Europe and between Europe and other world civilizations were of lasting significance.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/19/2000
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
R. I. Moore is Professor Emeritus of Medieval History at Newcastle University.
|The Approach of the Millennium|
|Glad confident morning|
|The Faithful People|
|The Gifts of the Saints|
|An Age of Miracles|
|The Powerful and the Poor|
|The Urban Revolution|
|The Crisis of the Carolingian Regime|
|The End of Affluence|
|The Shaping of an Agrarian Economy|
|The Little Community|
|Sex and the Social Order|
|Family, Land and Power|
|Vying in Good Works|
|Chastity, Property and Obedience|
|Incest, Matrimony and Chivalry|
|Brothers in Christ|
|Apostacy and Betrayal|
|The Ruling Culture|
|The Highest Learning|
|The Giant' s Shoulders|
|New monarchy, new men|
|Courts and Courtiers|
|A Governing Passion|
|Doubt, Hesitation and Pain|
|Pious and Inflexible Severity|
|The Pursuit of Monopoly|
|The Community of the Faithful|
|Exporting the Revolution|
|The Europe of the New Regime|