8 edition of German knighthood, 1050-1300 found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||CR5100 .A76 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 308 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||85235009|
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German Knighthood (Oxford University Press Academic Monograph Reprints)Cited by: 8. This is a thorough and original study of German knighthood as a class in its medieval heyday.
Arnold draws on a rich array of descriptive detail from the lives of individual knights, their families, and various groups to examine knightly customs and practices, the impact of knighthood in the political world of the German Empire, and the curious status of most knights as at once noble and unfree.
German knighthood, by Benjamin Arnold Published by Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press in Oxford [Oxfordshire], New : Get this from a library. German knighthood, [Benjamin Arnold]. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for German Knighthood (Oxford University Press Academic Monograph Reprints) at 5/5(3).
German Knighthood (Oxford University Press Academic Monograph Reprints) Benjamin Arnold This is a thorough and original study of German knighthood as a class in its medieval heyday. Books shelved as medieval-germany: German Knighthood by Benjamin Arnold, Medieval Germany by Alfred Haverkamp, Germany in the High Mi.
out of 5 stars German Knighthood Reviewed in Canada on January 7, This book is EXACTLY what I was looking for. It is well written and well formatted.
I am only about 2/3 through it but I already have a clear and understandable view of just how confusing and overlapped the German political system was in the later middle ages 5/5(4).
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Arnold, Medieval Germany – A Political Interpretation (Basingstoke: Macmillan, )Cited by: Get this from a library. German knighthood [Benjamin Arnold; American Council of Learned Societies.]. The Kingdom of Germany, and its dukedoms, counties, and baronies operated differently than the familiar British and French kingdoms.
First, the King was elected by a council of dukes, counts, and clergy. Most of this information is from Benjamin Arnold’s book, German Knighthood I am still learning about German customs, and look.
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First Grand Master: Heinrich Walpot von Bassenheim. Done; Benjamin Arnold: German Knighthood An excellent book, but which does not extend beyond its title. An excellent book, but which does not extend beyond its title. At the moment Larry Dunn is citing this text for a position it does not support.
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Arnold. Although numerous texts are available in translation that illustrate the papal side of the Investiture Controversy, few accounts exist that convey the position of secular leaders. Imperial Lives and Letters fills this gap, offering the full text of "The Deeds of Conrad II" () by Wipo, "Life of Emperor the Henry IV" () and the Letters of Henry IV.
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Chronica. Professor Gravett also wrote the book that immediately precedes this book and shows the English Knights during the period of time fromjust prior to the Hundred Years War, which shows the technology of Knights and knighthood during that period of time.5/5(4).I have a few books, but they get down fairly deep and are not "armour, heraldry" type books.
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