A History of the Church in the Middle Ages

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LIST OF PLATES
1 Church and round tower, Clonmacnois, Co. Offaly 24
2 Santa Sophia, Istanbul 35
3 St Martin’s Church, Canterbury 53
4 Throne of Charlemagne, royal chapel, Aachen 74
5 Investiture of Pope John XII, 955 100
6 Crac des chevaliers 125
7 Cloister walk, Fontevrault 144
8 Virgin and Child, tympanum, west portal, Chartres Cathedral 149
9 Tomb of Heloise and Abelard, cemetery of Père Lachaise, Paris 161
10 Hildegard of Bingen’s vision of extinguished stars 181
11 Albi Cathedral 208
12 St Paul’s-Without-the-Walls, Rome 237
13 Nave elevation, ruins of Jumiège Abbey 239
14 Durham Cathedral 243
15 Ambulatory, church of St Denis, Paris 246
16 Nave, Laon Cathedral 248
17 Flying buttresses, Le Mans Cathedral 249
18 Great Mosque, Cordova 266
19 Women being led in dance to their death 286
20 Dante and Virgil wandering in Dante’s purgatory 293
21 Palais des Papes, Avignon 304
22 Burning of John Hus for heresy 328
23 Foundlings, façade of Ospedale degli Innocenti, Florence 345

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Plates xi
  • Maps xii
  • Preface xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Pre-Medieval Church 3
  • 2 - The Beginning of the Middle Ages 13
  • 3 - Justinian and Mohammed 30
  • 5 - Church, Carolingians and Vikings 71
  • 6 - The Church in Disarray, C.850-C.1050 90
  • 7 - Reform, the East, Crusade 105
  • 8 - The Twelfth Century 131
  • 9 - Three Twelfth-Century Profiles 152
  • 10 - The Age of Innocent III 184
  • 11 - The Emergence of Dissent and the Rise of the Friars 202
  • 14 - Death and Purgatory 275
  • 15 - Exile in Avignon and Aftermath 297
  • 16 - The Great Schism 315
  • 17 - The Fifteenth Century 332
  • List of Popes, 500-1500 354
  • Index 357
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