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The causes of war, Volume II, 1000 CE to 4000 CE, Alexander Gillespie

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The causes of war, Volume II, 1000 CE to 4000 CE
Title
The causes of war
Title number
Volume II
Title part
1000 CE to 4000 CE
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Alexander Gillespie
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.G55 2016
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The causes of war, Volume II, 1000 CE to 4000 CE, Alexander Gillespie
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Contents
  • Facts
  • Lothair II and Conrad III
  • C.
  • Frederick Barbarossa
  • (i).
  • Communes, Veches and Cortes
  • (ii).
  • Breach with Rome
  • (iii).
  • Lombard League
  • D.
  • 4.
  • Heinrich VI
  • E.
  • Widening Horizon for Conflict in Europe
  • 5.
  • Non-Conformist Communities in Europe
  • 6.
  • Wars between Christianity and Islam
  • A.
  • Christian Territories in the Holy Land
  • B.
  • Casus Belli in Practice
  • Second Crusade
  • C.
  • Baltic and Spain
  • D.
  • Damascus
  • E.
  • Saladin
  • (i).
  • End of the Fatimids
  • (ii).
  • 5.
  • Capture of Christian Jerusalem
  • F.
  • Third Crusade
  • 7.
  • China
  • A.
  • Song and the Jin
  • 8.
  • Conclusion
  • IV.
  • Volume Two
  • Thirteenth Century
  • 1.
  • Introduction
  • 2.
  • Church
  • A.
  • Pope Innocent III
  • 3.
  • Fourth Crusade
  • A.
  • II.
  • Fracturing Relationship
  • B.
  • Venice and Byzantium
  • C.
  • Sack of Constantinople
  • 4.
  • Non-Conforming Communities
  • A.
  • Pagans, Jews and Witches
  • B.
  • Eleventh Century
  • Albigensian Crusade
  • 5.
  • Christian and Muslim Conflict
  • A.
  • Fragmentation of the Ayyubids
  • B.
  • Spain and North Africa
  • C.
  • Fifth Crusade
  • 6.
  • 1.
  • Frederick II
  • A.
  • Civil War Surrounding the Child Frederick
  • B.
  • Battle of Bouvines and the Rise of Frederick
  • C.
  • Challenge of the Papacy and the Sixth Crusade
  • D.
  • War, Peace and War in Italy
  • 7.
  • Introduction
  • Following the End of the Hohenstaufen Line
  • A.
  • Italy
  • B.
  • Charles of Anjou
  • C.
  • Thomas Aquinas
  • D.
  • Wider Ambitions of Charles of Anjou
  • (i).
  • 2.
  • Sicilian Vespers and their Aftermath
  • E.
  • Germany
  • F.
  • Rudolf von Habsburg
  • (i).
  • Break from Italy
  • (ii).
  • Switzerland Begins to Surface
  • G.
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Struggle for Power in the First Fifty Years in Europe
  • Albert of Habsburg and Adolf of Nassau
  • 8.
  • England
  • A.
  • John
  • (i).
  • Loss of Normandy
  • (ii).
  • Scotland, Ireland, Wales, France and Rome
  • B.
  • A.
  • Magna Carta
  • (i).
  • First Barons' War
  • C.
  • Henry III
  • (i).
  • Pressure Grows
  • (ii).
  • Right to Topple a Tyrant
  • (iii).
  • Vikings
  • Simon de Montfort
  • (iv).
  • Second Barons' War
  • D.
  • Edward I
  • (i).
  • Parliament
  • (ii).
  • Wales
  • (iii).
  • B.
  • Scotland
  • (iv).
  • France
  • (v).
  • Auld Alliance
  • 9.
  • Mongolian Empire
  • A.
  • Genghis Khan
  • (i).
  • Rus
  • Formation
  • (ii).
  • Difference
  • (iii).
  • Xi Xia, the Jin and the Song
  • (iv).
  • Korea
  • (v).
  • Islam
  • (vi).
  • C.
  • North India
  • (vii).
  • Eastern Europe
  • B.
  • Ogedei
  • (i).
  • Korea
  • (ii).
  • Song
  • (iii).
  • Germany
  • Tibet
  • (iv).
  • Eastern Europe
  • C.
  • Guyuk and Mongke
  • D.
  • Kublai Khan and the Yuan Dynasty
  • (i).
  • End of the Song
  • (ii).
  • 3.
  • New Approach
  • (iii).
  • Further Conquest of Asia
  • (iv).
  • Japan
  • 10.
  • Three-Way Clash in the Middle East
  • A.
  • End of Christian Jerusalem
  • B.
  • Muslim World in the First Half of the Eleventh Century
  • Seventh Crusade and the Rise of the Mamluks
  • C.
  • Halting the Mongol Juggernaut
  • D.
  • End of the Latin Christian Areas in the Middle East
  • 11.
  • Conclusion
  • V.
  • Fourteenth Century
  • 1.
  • A.
  • Introduction
  • 2.
  • Contest between Empire and Papacy
  • A.
  • Pope Boniface VIII
  • B.
  • End of Albert
  • C.
  • Heinrich VII
  • (i).
  • I.
  • Leadership
  • Dante
  • D.
  • Louis the Bavarian
  • (i).
  • Popes, Philosophers and Kings
  • (ii).
  • Clement VI
  • E.
  • Charles IV
  • (i).
  • B.
  • Golden Bull
  • (ii).
  • Fragmentation of Empire and Church
  • (iii).
  • Western Schism
  • F.
  • Wenceslaus IV
  • 3.
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • A.
  • Fatimids
  • Negotiated, Elected and Absolute Monarchy and Rising Superpowers
  • (i).
  • Polish-Lithuanian Union
  • (ii).
  • Moscow
  • 4.
  • England and her Neighbours
  • A.
  • Last Years of Edward I and Philip IV
  • (i).
  • 4.
  • Estates General
  • (ii).
  • Scotland and Flanders
  • (iii).
  • Treaty of Paris
  • (iv).
  • Scotland and Flanders Again
  • (v).
  • End of the Templars
  • B.
  • Papacy in the First Half of the Eleventh Century
  • Edward II
  • (i).
  • Piers Gaveston
  • (ii).
  • Robert the Bruce
  • (iii).
  • Salic Law
  • (iv).
  • Edward II Assumes Absolute Power
  • (v).
  • A.
  • End of Edward II
  • (vi).
  • Isabella and Mortimer
  • C.
  • Edward III
  • (i).
  • Regaining Control of England
  • (ii).
  • Scotland
  • D.
  • In Theory
  • Hundred Years War
  • (i).
  • Battle of Crecy
  • (ii).
  • John II of France and the Battle of Poiters
  • (iii).
  • Chaos in France
  • (iv).
  • Treaty of Bretigny
  • (v).
  • B.
  • Peace Breaks
  • E.
  • Richard II
  • (i).
  • Peasants' Revolt
  • (ii).
  • Hundred Years War Flares Again
  • (iii).
  • Toppling of the King
  • 5.
  • In Practice
  • Wars of Islam
  • A.
  • North Africa
  • B.
  • End of Christian Armenia
  • C.
  • Beginnings of the Ottoman Empire
  • D.
  • Entry into Europe
  • E.
  • 5.
  • Loss of Autonomy of Constantinople
  • F.
  • Overunning the Balkans
  • 6.
  • Last Nomadic Conqueror
  • 7.
  • China
  • A.
  • End of the Yuan
  • B.
  • Introduction
  • Papacy in the Second Half of the Eleventh Century
  • Rise of the Ming
  • 8.
  • Conclusion
  • VI.
  • Conclusion
  • 1.
  • Migratory Forces
  • 2.
  • Monarchy
  • 3.
  • A.
  • Politics
  • 4.
  • Religion
  • A.
  • Inter-Christian Warfare
  • B.
  • Inter-Religious Warfare
  • C.
  • Mongol Dimension
  • D.
  • Leo IX
  • Post Mongol World: The Ottoman Empire, Timur and the Ming
  • B.
  • Alexander II
  • (i).
  • War Against Islam in Sicily
  • (ii).
  • War Against Islam in Spain
  • (iii).
  • 1.
  • Norman Conquest of England
  • (iv).
  • Challenge to the Emperor
  • C.
  • Gregory VII
  • (i).
  • Excommunicating the Emperor
  • D.
  • Urban II
  • (i).
  • Conversation on Sunday Afternoon
  • Continuing Excommunication
  • 6.
  • First Crusade
  • A.
  • Rise of the Seljuks
  • B.
  • Goal of Jerusalem
  • 7.
  • China
  • A.
  • 2.
  • Song
  • (i).
  • Philosophy and Practice
  • (ii).
  • Tibet, Vietnam and Korea
  • (iii).
  • Liao and the Xi Xia
  • 8.
  • Conclusion
  • III.
  • Utopia
  • Twelfth Century
  • 1.
  • Introduction
  • 2.
  • Monarchy, Thrones and Territory
  • 3.
  • Throne of England
  • A.
  • Henry I
  • B.
  • 3.
  • Stephen and Matilda
  • C.
  • Henry II
  • D.
  • Orbit of England: Scotland, Ireland and Wales
  • 4.
  • Wars between the Papacy and Empire
  • A.
  • Concordats of London and Worms
  • B.
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Extent
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9781782259541
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
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Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
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System control number
(NhCcYBP)EBC4723183
Label
The causes of war, Volume II, 1000 CE to 4000 CE, Alexander Gillespie
Link
https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/umanitoba/detail.action?docID=4723183
Publication
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Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Facts
  • Lothair II and Conrad III
  • C.
  • Frederick Barbarossa
  • (i).
  • Communes, Veches and Cortes
  • (ii).
  • Breach with Rome
  • (iii).
  • Lombard League
  • D.
  • 4.
  • Heinrich VI
  • E.
  • Widening Horizon for Conflict in Europe
  • 5.
  • Non-Conformist Communities in Europe
  • 6.
  • Wars between Christianity and Islam
  • A.
  • Christian Territories in the Holy Land
  • B.
  • Casus Belli in Practice
  • Second Crusade
  • C.
  • Baltic and Spain
  • D.
  • Damascus
  • E.
  • Saladin
  • (i).
  • End of the Fatimids
  • (ii).
  • 5.
  • Capture of Christian Jerusalem
  • F.
  • Third Crusade
  • 7.
  • China
  • A.
  • Song and the Jin
  • 8.
  • Conclusion
  • IV.
  • Volume Two
  • Thirteenth Century
  • 1.
  • Introduction
  • 2.
  • Church
  • A.
  • Pope Innocent III
  • 3.
  • Fourth Crusade
  • A.
  • II.
  • Fracturing Relationship
  • B.
  • Venice and Byzantium
  • C.
  • Sack of Constantinople
  • 4.
  • Non-Conforming Communities
  • A.
  • Pagans, Jews and Witches
  • B.
  • Eleventh Century
  • Albigensian Crusade
  • 5.
  • Christian and Muslim Conflict
  • A.
  • Fragmentation of the Ayyubids
  • B.
  • Spain and North Africa
  • C.
  • Fifth Crusade
  • 6.
  • 1.
  • Frederick II
  • A.
  • Civil War Surrounding the Child Frederick
  • B.
  • Battle of Bouvines and the Rise of Frederick
  • C.
  • Challenge of the Papacy and the Sixth Crusade
  • D.
  • War, Peace and War in Italy
  • 7.
  • Introduction
  • Following the End of the Hohenstaufen Line
  • A.
  • Italy
  • B.
  • Charles of Anjou
  • C.
  • Thomas Aquinas
  • D.
  • Wider Ambitions of Charles of Anjou
  • (i).
  • 2.
  • Sicilian Vespers and their Aftermath
  • E.
  • Germany
  • F.
  • Rudolf von Habsburg
  • (i).
  • Break from Italy
  • (ii).
  • Switzerland Begins to Surface
  • G.
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Struggle for Power in the First Fifty Years in Europe
  • Albert of Habsburg and Adolf of Nassau
  • 8.
  • England
  • A.
  • John
  • (i).
  • Loss of Normandy
  • (ii).
  • Scotland, Ireland, Wales, France and Rome
  • B.
  • A.
  • Magna Carta
  • (i).
  • First Barons' War
  • C.
  • Henry III
  • (i).
  • Pressure Grows
  • (ii).
  • Right to Topple a Tyrant
  • (iii).
  • Vikings
  • Simon de Montfort
  • (iv).
  • Second Barons' War
  • D.
  • Edward I
  • (i).
  • Parliament
  • (ii).
  • Wales
  • (iii).
  • B.
  • Scotland
  • (iv).
  • France
  • (v).
  • Auld Alliance
  • 9.
  • Mongolian Empire
  • A.
  • Genghis Khan
  • (i).
  • Rus
  • Formation
  • (ii).
  • Difference
  • (iii).
  • Xi Xia, the Jin and the Song
  • (iv).
  • Korea
  • (v).
  • Islam
  • (vi).
  • C.
  • North India
  • (vii).
  • Eastern Europe
  • B.
  • Ogedei
  • (i).
  • Korea
  • (ii).
  • Song
  • (iii).
  • Germany
  • Tibet
  • (iv).
  • Eastern Europe
  • C.
  • Guyuk and Mongke
  • D.
  • Kublai Khan and the Yuan Dynasty
  • (i).
  • End of the Song
  • (ii).
  • 3.
  • New Approach
  • (iii).
  • Further Conquest of Asia
  • (iv).
  • Japan
  • 10.
  • Three-Way Clash in the Middle East
  • A.
  • End of Christian Jerusalem
  • B.
  • Muslim World in the First Half of the Eleventh Century
  • Seventh Crusade and the Rise of the Mamluks
  • C.
  • Halting the Mongol Juggernaut
  • D.
  • End of the Latin Christian Areas in the Middle East
  • 11.
  • Conclusion
  • V.
  • Fourteenth Century
  • 1.
  • A.
  • Introduction
  • 2.
  • Contest between Empire and Papacy
  • A.
  • Pope Boniface VIII
  • B.
  • End of Albert
  • C.
  • Heinrich VII
  • (i).
  • I.
  • Leadership
  • Dante
  • D.
  • Louis the Bavarian
  • (i).
  • Popes, Philosophers and Kings
  • (ii).
  • Clement VI
  • E.
  • Charles IV
  • (i).
  • B.
  • Golden Bull
  • (ii).
  • Fragmentation of Empire and Church
  • (iii).
  • Western Schism
  • F.
  • Wenceslaus IV
  • 3.
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • A.
  • Fatimids
  • Negotiated, Elected and Absolute Monarchy and Rising Superpowers
  • (i).
  • Polish-Lithuanian Union
  • (ii).
  • Moscow
  • 4.
  • England and her Neighbours
  • A.
  • Last Years of Edward I and Philip IV
  • (i).
  • 4.
  • Estates General
  • (ii).
  • Scotland and Flanders
  • (iii).
  • Treaty of Paris
  • (iv).
  • Scotland and Flanders Again
  • (v).
  • End of the Templars
  • B.
  • Papacy in the First Half of the Eleventh Century
  • Edward II
  • (i).
  • Piers Gaveston
  • (ii).
  • Robert the Bruce
  • (iii).
  • Salic Law
  • (iv).
  • Edward II Assumes Absolute Power
  • (v).
  • A.
  • End of Edward II
  • (vi).
  • Isabella and Mortimer
  • C.
  • Edward III
  • (i).
  • Regaining Control of England
  • (ii).
  • Scotland
  • D.
  • In Theory
  • Hundred Years War
  • (i).
  • Battle of Crecy
  • (ii).
  • John II of France and the Battle of Poiters
  • (iii).
  • Chaos in France
  • (iv).
  • Treaty of Bretigny
  • (v).
  • B.
  • Peace Breaks
  • E.
  • Richard II
  • (i).
  • Peasants' Revolt
  • (ii).
  • Hundred Years War Flares Again
  • (iii).
  • Toppling of the King
  • 5.
  • In Practice
  • Wars of Islam
  • A.
  • North Africa
  • B.
  • End of Christian Armenia
  • C.
  • Beginnings of the Ottoman Empire
  • D.
  • Entry into Europe
  • E.
  • 5.
  • Loss of Autonomy of Constantinople
  • F.
  • Overunning the Balkans
  • 6.
  • Last Nomadic Conqueror
  • 7.
  • China
  • A.
  • End of the Yuan
  • B.
  • Introduction
  • Papacy in the Second Half of the Eleventh Century
  • Rise of the Ming
  • 8.
  • Conclusion
  • VI.
  • Conclusion
  • 1.
  • Migratory Forces
  • 2.
  • Monarchy
  • 3.
  • A.
  • Politics
  • 4.
  • Religion
  • A.
  • Inter-Christian Warfare
  • B.
  • Inter-Religious Warfare
  • C.
  • Mongol Dimension
  • D.
  • Leo IX
  • Post Mongol World: The Ottoman Empire, Timur and the Ming
  • B.
  • Alexander II
  • (i).
  • War Against Islam in Sicily
  • (ii).
  • War Against Islam in Spain
  • (iii).
  • 1.
  • Norman Conquest of England
  • (iv).
  • Challenge to the Emperor
  • C.
  • Gregory VII
  • (i).
  • Excommunicating the Emperor
  • D.
  • Urban II
  • (i).
  • Conversation on Sunday Afternoon
  • Continuing Excommunication
  • 6.
  • First Crusade
  • A.
  • Rise of the Seljuks
  • B.
  • Goal of Jerusalem
  • 7.
  • China
  • A.
  • 2.
  • Song
  • (i).
  • Philosophy and Practice
  • (ii).
  • Tibet, Vietnam and Korea
  • (iii).
  • Liao and the Xi Xia
  • 8.
  • Conclusion
  • III.
  • Utopia
  • Twelfth Century
  • 1.
  • Introduction
  • 2.
  • Monarchy, Thrones and Territory
  • 3.
  • Throne of England
  • A.
  • Henry I
  • B.
  • 3.
  • Stephen and Matilda
  • C.
  • Henry II
  • D.
  • Orbit of England: Scotland, Ireland and Wales
  • 4.
  • Wars between the Papacy and Empire
  • A.
  • Concordats of London and Worms
  • B.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781782259541
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(NhCcYBP)EBC4723183

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