The Birth of the Middle Ages, 395-814

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

FOR fuller information concerning the sources and secondary authorities on this period, the reader should consult volumes i-iv of the Cambridge Medieval History ( Cambridge, 1911-23), and (for more recent studies) the Annual Bulletin of Historical Literature, published for the Historical Association by G. Bell and Sons, and the current bibliographies of the Byzantinische Zeitschrift, Historische Zeitschrift, Revue d'histoire ecclésiastique, &c. Only a brief selection can be given here of works which may be found useful in filling in the outline which this book presents.


GENERAL

BARDENHEWER, O. Gesch.der altkirchlichen Literatur, vols.iv-v. Freiburg, 1924-32.

BOISSONADE, P. Le Travail dans l'Europe chrétienne au moyen âge (Ve-XVe siècles). Paris, 1921. (Tr. E. Power, Life and Work in Medieval Europe, 5th-15th centuries. London, 1927.)

BURY, J. B. History of the Later Roman Empire from the death of Theodosius to the death of Justinian. 2 vols. London, 1923.

----- The Constitution of the Later Roman Empire. Cambridge, 1910.

Cambridge Medieval History, The, vols. i-iv. Cambridge, 1911-23.

CASPAR, E. Geschichte des Papsttums, vols. i, ii. Tübingen, 1930-4.

DAWSON, C. The Making of Europe. London, 1932.

DIEHL, C., and MARÇAIS, G. Le Monde oriental de 395 à 1081. (Vol. iii of medieval section in Glotz Histoire Générale.) Paris, 1936.

DOPSCH, A. Wirtschaftliche und soziale Grundlagen der europäischen Kulturentwick­ lung aus der Zeit von Caesar bis auf Karl den Grossen. 2 vols. Vienna, 1920.

DUCHESNE, L. Histoire ancienne de l'Église. 3 vols., ed. 5. Paris, 1911. (Tr. C. Jenkins, Early History of the Christian Church. 3 vols. 1909-24.)

FINLAY, G. History of Greece. 7 vols. Oxford, 1877.

FLICHE, A. La Chrétienté médiévale, 395-1254 (vol. vii, pt. 2 of Cavaignac Histoire du monde). Paris, 1929.

-----, and MARTIN, V. (edd.). Histoire de l'Église depuis les origines jusqu'd nos jours. Paris, 1934- ú

GIBBON, E. The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, ed. Bury. London, 1909.

GREGOROVIUS, F. Gesch. der Stadt Rom im Mittelalter. 2 vols. Dresden, 1936.

HALPHEN, L. Les Barbares (vol. v of series "'Peuples et Civilisations'", ed. Halphen and Sagnac). Paris, 1926.

HARNACK, A. Dogmengeschichte, ed. 5. Tübingen, 1914. (Tr. N. Buchanan History of Dogma. 7 vols. London, 1894-9.)

HARTMANN, L. M. Gesch. Italiens im Mittelalter, vols. i-iv. ( Gotha, 1897-1915.)

HAUTTMANN, M. Die Kunst des frühen Mittelalters (vol. vi of the "'Propyläen- Kunstgeschichte'"). Berlin, 1929.

HEFELE, C. J. Conciliengeschichte, vols. i-iii, ed. 2. Freiburg, 1873-90. (Best in French, Histoire des Conciles, tr. H. Leclercq, ed. 2. Paris, 1914-.)

HEYD, W. Histoire du commerce du Levant au moyen âge. 2 vols. Leipzig, 1885-6. Reimpression, Leipzig, 1923.

HODGKIN, T. Italy and her Invaders. 8 vols. Oxford, 1892-9.

KÖTSCHKE, R. Allgemeine Wirtschaftsgeschichte des Mittelalters. Jena, 1924.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Description of Illustrations xvi
  • Part I- Romans and Barbarians 1
  • I- The Roman World 1
  • II- The Barbarian World 38
  • III- The Clash of Cultures 57
  • Part II- The Triumph of Justinian 79
  • IV- Constantinople *
  • V- Justinian and the West 95
  • VI- Justinian and the East 108
  • VII- The Aftermath 125
  • Part III- The Onslaught of Islam 143
  • VIII- The Faith 143
  • IX- The Conquest 149
  • X- The Culture 159
  • Part IV- The Age of Charlemagne 175
  • XI- The European Background 175
  • XII- The Franks 193
  • XIII- The Papacy 222
  • Appendix A 266
  • Appendix B 270
  • Chronological Table 275
  • Bibliography 283
  • Index 288
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