CONTENTS
FOREWORD BY T.S.BROWN pagexi
INTRODUCTION: GENERAL SCOPE OF THE INQUIRY xxiii
Part I— The Environment: The Last Invasions
I MOSLEMS AND HUNGARIANS 3
1 Europe Invaded and Besieged.
2 The Moslems.
3 The Hungarian Assault.
4 End of the Hungarian Invasions.
II THE NORTHMEN 15
1 General Character of the Scandinavian Invasions.
2 From Raid to Settlement.
3 The Scandinavian Settlements: England.
4 The Scandinavian Settlements: France.
5 The Conversion of the North.
6 In Search of Causes.
III SOME CONSEQUENCES AND SOME LESSONS OF THE INVASIONS 39
1 Disorder.
2 The Human Contribution: the Evidence of Language and Names.
3 The Human Contribution: the Evidence of Law and Social Structure.
4 The Human Contribution: Problems of Origin.
5 Lessons.
Part II— The Environment: Conditions of Life and Mental Climate
IV MATERIAL CONDITIONS AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 59
1 The Two Ages of Feudalism.
2 The First Feudal Age: Density of Population.
3 The First Feudal Age: Inter-communication.
4 The First Feudal Age: Trade and Currency.
5 The Economic Revolution of the Second Feudal Age.
V MODES OF FEELING AND THOUGHT 72
1 Man’s Attitude to Nature and Time.
2 Expression.
3 Culture and Social Classes.
4 The Religious Mentality.
VI THE FOLK MEMORY 88
1 Historiography.
2 The Epic.
VII THE INTELLECTUAL RENAISSANCE IN THE SECOND FEUDAL AGE 103
1 Some Characteristics of the New Culture.
2 The Growth of Self-Consciousness.

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