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by Brian Tierney


Medieval church history, church law, and political theory.

Medieval church history, church law, and political theory. His speciality was medieval church history, focusing on the structure of the medieval church and the medieval state, and the influences of the interaction between these on the development of Western institutions. He was widely recognized as a leading authority on medieval church law and political thought. His work in these fields also proved relevant to some of the modern debates about Roman Catholic ecclesiology. Tierney's most recent book was Liberty and Law: The Idea of Permissive Natural Law, 1100-1800. Catholic University Press, 2014).

Brian Tierney has collected so many excellent primary sources. If you are interested in what people of that time thought about or wrote, by all means get anything by Tierney. If you are a history student or teacher, these gems will enliven the discussion in the classroom and will even challenge your ideas of modernity.

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Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. This volume of translated source materials from the late Roman Empire to the mid-15th century introduces students to the diversity of medieval culture, covering all aspects of medieval life-social, religious, economic, intellectual, institutional.

The Middle Ages Vol. 1 : Sources of Medieval History.

This volume of translated source materials from the late Roman Empire to the mid-15th century introduces students to the diversity of medieval culture, covering all aspects of medieval life-social, religious, economic, intellectual, institutional. Format Paperback 384 pages

This volume of translated source materials from the late Roman Empire to the mid-15th century introduces students to the diversity of medieval culture, covering all aspects of medieval life-social, religious, economic, intellectual, institutional.

Sources of medieval history. 6th ed. by Brian Tierney. Published 1999 by McGraw-Hill in New York . Written in English. Sources of medieval history.

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This book of translated materials from the late Roman Empire to the mid-fifteenth century introduces students to the diversity of Medieval culture--covering the variety of lifestyles, ways of thinking, and forms of literary expression. Arranged chronologically, the book draws from an unusually wide variety of materials including: letters; biographies; poetry; legal, philosophical and scientific writings; and government records. The new edition includes more material on women, peasant life, and religious dissent. In addition, there is a new chapter that documents a variety of women's roles including wife, saint, and doctor.
The Middle Ages: Sources of Medieval History ebook
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Brian Tierney
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