Download Die Stadt im Mittelalter by Frank G. Hirschmann PDF

By Frank G. Hirschmann

Frank G. Hirschmann gibt einen präzisen Überblick über die Geschichte der Städte im Deutschen Reich einschließlich der Niederen Lande von den römischen Anfängen im Westen bis zum Vorabend der Reformation. Die Städte werden in ihrer ganzen Vielfalt sowie unter wirtschafts-, sozial-, kirchen- und baugeschichtlicher Sicht betrachtet. Bruderschaften und Gemeinden, Städtebünde und die Hanse, innerstädtische Auseinandersetzungen, die Juden oder Landesherrschaft und Königtum sind weitere Aspekte. Im forschungsgeschichtlichen Teil werden vor allem aktuelle Schwerpunkte und Tendenzen der Stadtgeschichtsforschung diskutiert. Für Studierende und Lehrende ist somit nicht zuletzt dank der umfangreichen Bibliographie eine grundlegende Einführung entstanden.

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Download Abilene History in Plain Sight by Jay Moore PDF

By Jay Moore

Abilene background in simple Sight is a consultant to the folk, locations, and occasions that outline Abilene. It presents the excessive vantage aspect from that you come to grasp the lives at the back of the names—Cooper highschool, Shotwell Stadium, and Maxwell golfing Course—and to satisfy people who find themselves commemorated through the naming of a park or road (such as Egbert Kirby, Nelson Wilson, Vera Minter, and Walker Ely). during this enticing booklet, the earlier is picked up, dusted off, and given a brand new shine. As you examine the tale in the back of the church, institution, or university that you simply force prior, it is going to create a connection that serves to endear Abilene to you extra deeply.This is a e-book that brings the relics of the earlier out of the darkish and instantly into the place of birth on your center.

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Download Handbook of European history, 1400-1600: late Middle Ages, by Thomas A.; Oberman, Heiko A.; Tracy, James D. Brady PDF

By Thomas A.; Oberman, Heiko A.; Tracy, James D. Brady

The guide of eu background 1400-1600 brings jointly the simplest scholarship into an array of topical chapters that current present wisdom and pondering in methods necessary to the expert and obtainable to scholars and to the trained non-specialist. 41 major students during this box of heritage current the nation of data in regards to the grand topics, major controversies and fruitful instructions for examine of eu historical past during this period.
Volume 1 (Structures and Assertions) describes the folk, lands, religions and political constructions which outline the surroundings for this old interval.

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Download Migration and Mobility in the Early Roman Empire by Luuk Ligt, Laurens Ernst Tacoma PDF

By Luuk Ligt, Laurens Ernst Tacoma

Till lately migration didn't occupy a renowned position at the schedule of scholars of Roman heritage. a variety of sorts of circulate within the Roman international have been studied, yet now not less than the heading of migration and mobility. Migration and Mobility within the Early Roman Empire begins from the belief that state-organised, compelled and voluntary mobility and migration have been intertwined and will be studied jointly. The papers assembled within the e-book faucet into the remarkably huge reservoir of archaeological and textual assets relating a variety of forms of flow in the course of the Roman Principate. crucial subject matters coated are rural-urban migration, labour mobility, relationships among compelled and voluntary mobility, state-organised pursuits of army devices, and familial and feminine mobility.

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Download The Taktika of Leo VI by Leo VI , George T. Dennis PDF

By Leo VI , George T. Dennis

Even supposing he most likely by no means set foot on a battlefield, the Byzantine emperor Leo VI (886–912) had a full of life curiosity in army concerns. Successor to Caesar Augustus, Constantine, and Justinian, he was once anticipated to be successful in conflict and to topic barbarian peoples to Rome, so he got down to gather a superb wisdom of army apparatus and perform. The Byzantines had inherited a voluminous sequence of army treatises from antiquity on approximately each point of conflict, from archery to conflict formations and the paintings of besieging or protecting. Leo meant to study all this, summarize it, and current an common guide for his officials on the best way to arrange squaddies for conflict and the way to maneuver them on crusade and at the battlefield. He integrated a bankruptcy on naval conflict and he defined Saracen (Arab) equipment of battle and the way to defeat them. The Tactical Constitutions, or Taktika, have been the end result. Painstakingly ready from a 10th century manuscript now in Florence, this can be the 1st sleek severe version of the total textual content of the Taktika and incorporates a dealing with English translation, explanatory notes, and wide indexes.

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