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  • ISBN 1573922811
  • ISBN13 978-1573922814
  • Language English
  • Author David Herlihy
  • Publisher Humanity Books (September 3, 1998)
  • Pages 390
  • Formats lrf azw rtf docx
  • Category History
  • Subcategory Europe
  • Size ePub 1648 kb
  • Size Fb2 1235 kb
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Editor David Herlihy gives examples of the principal types of documents that historians use in their investigations of feudal society. These include not only laws and legal commentaries, private charters and administrative records, but also selections from chronicles, saints' lives, sermons, liturgical works, and imaginative literature. Together these diverse sources illustrate in concrete and human terms the relationships between men and women, governments and their people, which were at the heart of the feudal system. Most of the documents have been newly translated.

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This article is about the historian who wrote on medieval and renaissance life. The resulting book examines statistical patterns in tax-collecting surveys to find indications of social trends. The University of San Francisco history department named their annual award for the best student-written history paper the David Herlihy Prize, and Brown University has established a David Herlihy University Professorship. Women in Medieval Society, 1971. The Social History Of Italy And Western Europe, 700–1500, 1978.

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The History of Feudalism. The Second Feudal Age. Pages 34-65. price for USA in USD (gross). Justice and Lordship. The Feudal Principality.

Section II provides illustrations of the basic institutions of feudalism-vassalage, the fief, and what has traditionally been called "private justice

The history of feudalism. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without permission. Section II provides illustrations of the basic institutions of feudalism-vassalage, the fief, and what has traditionally been called "private justice. In Part Three, on the feudal principality, the documents. xii PREFACE illustrate the uses made of these institutions in at least some of the states of Europe, again especially in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.

In this, the definitive history of the bicycle, David Herlihy recounts the saga of this far-reaching invention and the passions it. .Herlihy shows us why the bicycle captured the public’s imagination and the myriad ways in which it reshaped our world

In this, the definitive history of the bicycle, David Herlihy recounts the saga of this far-reaching invention and the passions it aroused. The pioneer racer James Moore insisted the bicycle would become “as common as umbrellas. ” Mark Twain was more skeptical, enjoining his readers to “get a bicycle. You will not regret it†if you live. Herlihy shows us why the bicycle captured the public’s imagination and the myriad ways in which it reshaped our world. David V. Herlihy is a historian and freelance writer. Published by Harper and Row, New York (1970). Herlihy, David, Ed. Published by Walker & Co. (1970). ISBN 10: 0802720242 ISBN 13: 9780802720245.

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In Bicycle: The History (named by Outside magazine as the book on bicycles), David Herlihy recounts the saga of this far-reaching invention and the passions it aroused. The pioneer racer James Moore insisted the bicycle would become "as common as umbrellas. Mark Twain was more skeptical, enjoining his readers to "get a bicycle. You will not regret it-if you live. Herlihy shows us why the bicycle captured the public's imagination and the myriad ways in which it reshaped our world.