18 edition of The age of feudalism and theocracy found in the catalog.
Translated by Frank E. Zinkeisen.
|Statement||by Hans Prutz ... tr. under the supervision of John Henry Wright.|
|Series||A history of all nations, vol. IX|
|Contributions||Wright, John Henry, 1852-1908, tr., Zinkeisen, Frank Edward, 1867-1895, tr.|
|LC Classifications||D20 .F58 vol. 9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., v-xv p., 1 l., 19-409 p.|
|Number of Pages||409|
|LC Control Number||02020768|
The fall of Roman Empire began the Medieval age. The Medieval age brought plagues, famines, diseases and in the middle of it all is Feudalism. Although theoretically at the apex of feudal power (see feudalism), the medieval monarchs were in fact weak and dependent upon the nobility for much of their power. During the Renaissance and after, there emerged "new monarchs" who broke the power of the nobility .
Feudalism. Feudalism was a social and political system practised in Europe, Japan and China during the Middle Ages. It was a mutual agreement between a lord his subordinates. In the middle of the hierarchy were the lord's vassals. These people were nobility who swore an oath of loyalty to their lord. Elsewhere, the symbiotic relationship between Church and State was even closer. The Patriarch of Constantinople, under the Turks was the head of the Greek nation — the ethnarch or .
Other books that are relevant to your interests: Anderson's Passages from Antiquity to Feudalism, David Graeber's Debt: the First Years, Karl Polanyi's The Great Transformation, and Michel Beaud's History of Capitalism. Feudalism was a combination of legal and military customs in medieval Europe that flourished between the 9th and 15th centuries. Broadly defined, it was a way of structuring society around relationships derived from the holding of land in exchange for service or labour. Although derived from the Latin word feodum or feudum (fief), then in use, the term feudalism and the system it describes.
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From the World History series, this book provides a useful and quite readable introduction to feudalism in Western Europe. Grades --Carolyn PhelanAuthor: John Davenport. The age of feudalism and theocracy book The age of feudalism and theocracy by Hans Prutz; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Popes, Temporal power, Feudalism, History, Programmed instruction.
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Pages: Chapters: Dictatorship, Feudalism, Theocracy, Despotism, Plutocracy, Aristocracy, Tetrarchy, Single-party state, South Africa under apartheid, Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Christian privilege, Feudalism in England, Russian oligarchs, Iron law of.
the age of feudalism ad - (the new illustrated history of the world) editors. The word 'feudalism' (Germ. Lehnswesen or Feudalismus; Fr.
féodalité) is one to which many different meanings have been attached. During the French Revolution, it was virtually adopted as a generic description covering the many abuses of the Ancien Régime, and it is still in popular use in this sense if this quite illegitimate extension of its meaning be ignored, there exist many.
"Professor Ganshof's book answers the prayer of every teacher and student of medieval history for a lucid, concise and authoritative exposition of feudal institutions. Its author is one of the leading authorities in western Europe on Feudalism and its translator a leading English expert on the early Middle Ages/5.
The short reign (–) of Girolamo Savonarola, a Dominican priest, over the city of Florence had features of a theocracy.
During his rule, "un-Christian" books, statues, poetry, and other items were burned (in the Bonfire of the Vanities), sodomy was made a capital offense, and other Christian practices became law.
See also. A history of all nations from the earliest times: being a universal historical library by distinguished scholars in twenty-four volumes by Andrews, Charles McLean, ; Wright, John Henry, ; Flathe, Theodor, 1.
The Two Ages of Feudalism 2. The First Feudal Age: Density of Population 3. The First Feudal Age: Intercommunication 4. The First Feudal Age: Trade and Currency 5. The Economic Revolution of the Second Feudal Age V.
Modes of Feeling and Thought 1. Man’s Attitude to Nature and Time 2. Expression 3. Culture and Social Classes 4. The. "In the following pages I have tried to explain, as simply and concisely as possible, the historical significance of the feudal system.
My purpose has not been to give a comprehensive description of Europe in the feudal age, or even of feudal society. I have taken for granted that the reader will be familiar with the main political events of the Middle ages: the barbarian invasions, the.
During the short reign () of Girolamo Savonarola, a Dominican priest, the city of Florence could have been considered a theocracy. During his rule, un-Christian books, statues, poetry, and other items were burned (in the Bonfire of the Vanities), sodomy was made a capital offense, and other Christian practices became law.
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Feudalism demands to divide the power with theocracy before the inevitable advent of the people, who, as ever, will take the lion’s share—Quia nominor leo. Hence we see feudalism thrusting up through theocracy, and the people’s power again through feudalism.
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