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Germany in the Early Middle Ages c. 800-1056


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Germany in the Early Middle Ages c. 800-1056 by Timothy Reuter

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This is the first book in a sequence covering the history of Germany from the coronation of Charlemagne as Holy Roman Emperor in 800 to the present day. Intended for students, scholars and interested general readers, these are interpretative surveys examining the society, economy, religion and culture of their german lands within a firm political framework, and each gives a clear account of events within the period. This is a study of Carolingian and Ottonian Germany, from c.800 through to the death of emperor Henry III in 1056. Dr Reuter examines the underlying elements of east Frankish and German Society in order to explain how a polity with such loose internal structures could sustain its power and cohesion.
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September 2nd, 1991
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
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