The high Middle Ages [sound recording] / Philip Daileader.

The high Middle Ages [sound recording] / Philip Daileader.

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Daileader, Philip.
Chantilly, VA : Great Courses, c2001.
12 sound discs (ca. 720 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebooks (iv, 123 p. ; 19 cm.)
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Compact discs.
In two containers, each with six sound discs, and a separate course guidebook.
Twenty four lectures delivered by Professor Philip Daileader, The College of William and Mary.
This course of twenty-four lectures examines the period know as the High Middle Ages (1000-1300). The first eight lectures cover medieval society. Lectures nine through sixteen examine the intellectual and religious history of Europe during this period. The final eight lectures cover the major political developments and events.
Lecture 1. Why the Middle Ages? --
Lecture 2. Demography and the commercial revolution --
Lecture 3. Those who fought: the nobles --
Lecture 4. The chivalric code --
Lecture 5. Feudalism --
Lecture 6. Those who worked: the peasants --
Lecture 7. Those who worked: the townspeople --
Lecture 8. Women in medieval society --
Lecture 9. Those who prayed: the monks --
Lecture 10. Francis of Assisi & the Franciscan movement --
Lecture 11. Heretics and heresy --
Lecture 12. The medieval inquisitions --
Lecture 13. Jews & Christians --
Lecture 14. The origins of scholasticism --
Lecture 15. Aquinas and the problem of Aristotle --
Lecture 16. The first universities --
Lecture 17. The People's Crusade --
Lecture 18. The conquest of Jerusalem --
Lecture 19. The Norman Conquest --
Lecture 20. Philip II of France --
Lecture 21. Magna Carta --
Lecture 22. Empire versus papacy --
Lecture 23. Emperor Frederick II --
Lecture 24. Looking back, looking forward.
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