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  1. The Birth of Nobility

    Constructing Aristocracy in England and France, 900-1300

    By David Crouch

    For 300 years separate and mutually uncomprehending English and French historiographies have confused the history of medieval aristocracy. Unpicking the basic assumptions behind both national traditions, this book explains them, reconciles them and offers entirely new ways to take the study...

    Published June 2nd 2005 by Routledge

  2. The Mystic Mind

    The Psychology of Medieval Mystics and Ascetics

    By Jerome Kroll, Bernard Bachrach

    A fascinating collaboration between a medieval historian and a professor of psychiatry, this enthralling book applies modern biological and psychological research findings to the lives of medieval mystics and ascetics. Drawing upon a database of over 1,400 medieval holy persons and in-depth...

    Published April 12th 2005 by Routledge

  3. The Mongols and the West

    1221-1410

    By Peter Jackson

    Series: The Medieval World

    The Mongols had a huge impact on medieval Europe and the Islamic world. This book provides a comprehensive survey of contacts between the Catholic West and the Mongol world-empire from the first appearance of Chinggis Khan’s armies in 1221 down to the death of Tamerlane (1405) and the battle...

    Published April 7th 2005 by Routledge

  4. Monks, Miracles and Magic

    Reformation Representations of the Medieval Church

    By Helen L. Parish

    Helen L. Parish presents an innovative new study of Reformation attitudes to medieval Christianity, revealing the process by which the medieval past was rewritten by Reformation propagandists. This fascinating account sheds light on how the myths and legends of the middle ages were reconstructed,...

    Published January 18th 2005 by Routledge

  5. Medieval Religion

    New Approaches

    Edited by Constance Hoffman Berman

    Series: Rewriting Histories

    Constance Hoffman Berman presents an indispensable collection of the most influential and revisionist work to be done on religion in the Middle Ages in the last two decades. Bringing together an authoritative list of scholars from around the world, this book is a comprehensive ...

    Published January 12th 2005 by Routledge

  6. The Road to Crecy

    The English Invasion of France, 1346

    By Marilyn Livingstone, Morgen Witzel

    The Road to Crécy tells the story of the English expedition to France in 1346 which climaxed with the battle of Crécy. On 26 August 1346 on a low ridge outside the village of Crécy-en-Ponthieu in northwestern France, an English army of perhaps 12,000 men under the command of King Edward III...

    Published November 19th 2004 by Routledge

  7. Knights Templar in Britain

    By Evelyn Lord

    The Knights Templar In Britain examines exactly who became knights, what rituals sustained them, where the power bases were, and how their tentacles spread through the political and economic worlds of Britain before their defeat at the hands of the Inquisition some two hundred years later.Founded...

    Published October 21st 2004 by Routledge

  8. Christina of Markyate

    Edited by Samuel Fanous, Henrietta Leyser

    Samuel Fanous and Henrietta Leyser present a vivid interdisciplinary study devoted to the life, work and extant vita of Christina of Markyate, which draws on research from a wide range of disciplines. This fascinating and comprehensive collection surveys the life of an extraordinary medieval woman...

    Published September 16th 2004 by Routledge

  9. Ruling England, 1042-1217

    By Richard Huscroft

    A new history of post-conquest England which makes the new kingdom accessible through a focus on its kings and how it was ruled, featuring the empire building dynasties. The central theme of the book is the rise and fall of English kingship during this period and at its heart is the central...

    Published August 12th 2004 by Routledge

  10. Growing Old in the Middle Ages

    'Winter Clothes Us in Shadow and Pain'

    By Shulamith Shahar

    The social realities of old age have undergone profound changes since the middle ages. This study shows, however, that the images, attitudes and expectations of old people have changed for less. Shulamith Shahar shows how the status and social participation of the elderly varied according to gender...

    Published June 3rd 2004 by Routledge