The History of Medieval Europe

By Lynn Thorndike; James T. Shotwell | Go to book overview

MAPS AND PLANS
1 PHYSICAL AND RACIAL EUROPE (colored)Frontispiece
2 THE ROMAN EMPIRE (colored)18
3 GAUL IN THE FIFTH CENTURY89
4 THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE UNDER JUSTINIAN137
5 GROUND-PLAN OF THE CHURCH OF ST. SOPHIA144
6 THE BRITISH ISLES IN THE SEVENTH CENTURY165
7 THE MOHAMMEDAN WORLD ABOUT 732180
8 THE FRANKISH EMPIRE201
9 THE EXPANSION OF THE NORTHMEN224
10 THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE AND SOUTHERN ITALY (colored)262
11 FEUDAL FRANCE (colored)270
12 CHRISTIAN EXPANSION IN SPAIN (colored)304
13 GERMAN EASTWARD EXPANSION306
14 THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN DURING THE CRUSADES317
15 TOWNS AND TRADE OF FRANCE AND FLANDERS359
16 GROUND-PLAN OF RHEIMS CATHEDRAL420
17 FRANCE IN THE EARLY FOURTEENTH CENTURY509
18 RISE OF THE SWISS CONFEDERATION (colored)542
19 HANSEATIC LEAGUE AND TEUTONIC KNIGHTS545
20 THE MONGOL EMPIRE AND TRADE ROUTES TO THE FAR EAST (colored)550
21 CONQUESTS OF THE OTTOMAN TURKS555
22 ITALY IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY579
23 CHARLES THE BOLD AND HIS NEIGHBORS619
24 REVIEW OF MEDIEVAL CIVILIZATION (colored)640

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