The Renaissance of the Twelfth Century
Harvard University Press, 1957 - 437 Seiten
The European Middle Ages form a complex and varied as well as a very considerable period of human history. Within their thousand years of time they include a large variety of peoples, institutions, and types of culture, illustrating many processes of historical development and containing the origins of many phases of modern civilization. - p. .
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THE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
BOOKS AND LIBRARIES
THE REVIVAL OF THE LATIN CLASSICS
THE LATIN LANGUAGE
THE REVIVAL OF JURISPRUDENCE
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