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Medieval Germany, 500–1300

A Political Interpretation

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 247
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European History in Perspective

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09 June 1997

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Medieval Germany, 500-1300 is an interpretation of the foundation of Germany based upon the three most outstanding characteristics of the medieval polity: its division into several distinct peoples with their own customs,...

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Medieval Germany, 500-1300 is an interpretation of the foundation of Germany based upon the three most outstanding characteristics of the medieval polity: its division into several distinct peoples with their own customs, dialects, and economic interests from whom the later 'Germans' would be drawn; the imperial ambitions to which the successive German dynasties aspired; and the structure of German kingship, which was a military, religious, and juridical exercise of authority rather than a meticulous administration based upon scribal institutions.

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Preface
Abbreviations
Introduction: German Political Identity in the Middle Ages
PART 1: THE PEOPLES AND PROVINCES OF MEDIEVAL GERMANY
PART 2: GERMANY AND ITS NEO-ROMAN EMPIRE
PART 3: KINGSHIP AND GOVERNANCE IN MEDIEVAL GERMANY Conclusion: Tasks of Governance in Medieval Germany
Notes
Selected Bibliography in English
Index.
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