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Germany in the Early Middle Ages: 476 – 1250 – The History and Lives of the Frankish and Teutonic Kings (Hardcover) By William Stubbs
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This history of Germany in the Dark Ages and Medieval eras chronicles the birth and progress of the nation through a series of short biographies of Frankish and Teutonic kings. The area which spans... More > modern Germany is the author's main concern, with foreign policy and events outside this geography mentioned only sparingly. We are led through centuries of development beginning with the collapse of the Western Roman Empire and the subsequent rise of the Frankish people. Most notably under King Charlemagne, the Franks restored order to the continent and began to organize their territories in a manner that would eventually result in feudalism. This process of social, economic and organizational change is charted through a long line of kings who ruled during and after the Frankish Empire. Their most noteworthy accomplishments, and their costliest flaws, are chronicled in a manner which strives to be even-handed.< Less
Germany in the Early Middle Ages: 476 – 1250 – The History and Lives of the Frankish and Teutonic Kings By William Stubbs
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This history of Germany in the Dark Ages and Medieval eras chronicles the birth and progress of the nation through a series of short biographies of Frankish and Teutonic kings. The area which spans... More > modern Germany is the author's main concern, with foreign policy and events outside this geography mentioned only sparingly. We are led through centuries of development beginning with the collapse of the Western Roman Empire and the subsequent rise of the Frankish people. Most notably under King Charlemagne, the Franks restored order to the continent and began to organize their territories in a manner that would eventually result in feudalism. This process of social, economic and organizational change is charted through a long line of kings who ruled during and after the Frankish Empire. Their most noteworthy accomplishments, and their costliest flaws, are chronicled in a manner which strives to be even-handed.< Less
The Art of War in the Middle Ages A.D. 378-1515 (Illustrated) By C.W.C. Oman
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“At no time was this interpenetration more complete than in the age which forms the central part of our period. Feudalism, in its origin and development, had a military as well as a social... More > side, and its decline is by no means unaffected by military considerations. There is a point of view from which its history could be described as ‘the rise, supremacy, and decline of heavy cavalry as the chief power in war.’ To a certain extent the tracing out of this thesis will form the subject of our researches. It is here that we find the thread which links the history of the military art in the middle ages into a connected whole. Between Adrianople, the first, and Marignano, the last, of the triumphs of the mediæval horseman, lie the chapters in the scientific history of war which we are about to investigate.”< Less
MIDDLE AGES: 35 Curriculum Based Lessons and 70 Classroom Activities For Grades 3 to 6 By Jim Arnold www.folkloremedia.net
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SOCIAL STUDIES - This book addresses the ten thematic strands in your social studies curriculum through meaningful, and challenging lessons and activities. 1.CULTURE 2.TIME, CONTINUITY, and CHANGE... More > 3.PEOPLE, PLACES, and ENVIRONMENT 4.INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT and IDENTITY 5.INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS, and INSTITUTIONS 6.POWER, AUTHORITY, and GOVERNANCE 7.PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTIION, and CONSUMPTION 8.SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND SOCIETY 9.GLOBAL CONNECTIONS 10.CIVIC IDEALS AND PRACTICES . . . . The activities support three styles of learning - Auditory, Visual, and Tactile/Kinesthetic. Teachers will find activities that are suitable for special education students, ESL students, as well as mainstream and gifted students. . . . . . INCLUDES: 35 reprintable lessons, 70 classroom activities, teacher's guide, rubric, medieval feast planner, and glossary of terms.< Less
MIDDLE AGES: 35 Curriculum Based Lessons and 70 Classroom Activities For grades 3 to 6 By Jim Arnold
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Addresses the ten thematic strands in the national social studies curriculum. Includes a rubric, teacher's guide, and medieval feast planner. The activities support three styles of learning -... More > Auditory, Visual, and Tactile/Kinesthetic. Teachers will find activities that are suitable for special education students, ESL students, as well mainstream and gifted students.< Less
The Mediaeval Mind (Volume II of II) A History of the Development of Thought and Emotion in the Middle Ages By Henry Osborn Taylor
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Ruminations from Romania: A Middle-Aged Peace Corps Volunteer's Letters Home By Lee Knox
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These humorous, often poignant, writings of a Kansas City woman who spent two years living in a Carpathian Mountain village will make you wish you had joined the Peace Corps when you had the chance!
An essay on Symbolic colors, in antiquity—the middle ages—and modern times By Frederic Portal
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This book lists the symbolic and esoteric meanings of the colors of antiquity until the beginning of the nineteenth century. This is a fundamental research work based on more than 250 references on... More > the subject. It is, according to René Guénon, "of the greatest interest, and even indispensable to all those who, in any capacity, are interested in the subject he treats, since there is no other that can replace him." The originality of Frederic Portal's study concerns the ternary analysis of colors and the principle of polarities or "rule of oppositions". The meaning of the symbols is thus based on three degrees, the "divine language", the "sacred language" and the "profane language" and two polarities. It is a precious and pioneering work, a key to an esotericism still little explored.< Less
History of the Christian Church, Volume V: The Middle Ages. A.D. 1049-1294. By Philip Schaff
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Philip Schaff's History of the Christian Church excels at providing an impressive and instructive historical treatment of the Christian church. This eight volume work begins with the early Church and... More > ends at 1605 with the Swiss Reformation. Schaff's treatment is comprehensive and in depth, discussing all the major (and minor!) figures, time periods, and movements of the Church. He includes many footnotes, maps, and charts; he even provides copies of original texts in his treatment. One feature of the History of the Christian Church that readers immediately notice is just how beautifully written it is--especially in comparison to other texts of a similar nature. Although at points the scholarship is slightly outdated, overall History of the Christian Church is great for historical referencing. Whether for serious scholarship, sermon preparation, daily devotions, or simply edifying reading, History of the Christian Church comes highly recommended. -Tim Perrine, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
History of the Christian Church, Volume VI: The Middle Ages. A.D. 1294-1517. By Philip Schaff
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Philip Schaff's History of the Christian Church excels at providing an impressive and instructive historical treatment of the Christian church. This eight volume work begins with the early Church and... More > ends at 1605 with the Swiss Reformation. Schaff's treatment is comprehensive and in depth, discussing all the major (and minor!) figures, time periods, and movements of the Church. He includes many footnotes, maps, and charts; he even provides copies of original texts in his treatment. One feature of the History of the Christian Church that readers immediately notice is just how beautifully written it is--especially in comparison to other texts of a similar nature. Although at points the scholarship is slightly outdated, overall History of the Christian Church is great for historical referencing. Whether for serious scholarship, sermon preparation, daily devotions, or simply edifying reading, History of the Christian Church comes highly recommended. -Tim Perrine, CCEL Staff Writer< Less

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