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The First Crusade: "The Chronicle of Fulcher of Chartres" and Other Source Materials
The First Crusade received its name and shape late. To its contemporaries, the event was a journey and the men who took part in it pilgrims. Only later were those participants dubbed Crusaders "those
Limits of Thought and Power in Medieval Europe
Contents: Introduction The Vices and Virtues of Curiosity: What was God doing before He created the Heavens and the Earth? Aenigma Salomonis: Manichaean anti-Genesis polemic and the vitium
Christian society and the Crusades, 1198-1229 : sources in translation, including The capture of Damietta by Oliver of Paderborn, translated with notes by John J. Gavigan
During the thirteenth century, the widespread conviction that the Christian lands in Syria and Palestine were of utmost importance to Christendom, and that their loss was a sure sign of God's
Mutations, Adjustments, Terrors, Historians, and the Year 1000
For historians the year 1000 is usually of interest for one of two reasons: either it serves as a shorthand designation for the debate over la mutation de l’an mil, the argument that the turn of the
''Settlement, Assimilation, Distinctive Identity'': A Century of Historians and Historiography of Medieval German Jewry, 1902–2002
ALFRED HAVERKAMP, ed., Geschichte der Juden im Mittelalter von der Nordsee bis zu den Südalpen. Kommentiertes Kartenwerk. 3 vols. Forschungen zur Geschichte der Juden. Schriftenreihe der Gesellschaft