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On the history of Oxford during the tenth and eleventh centuries, (912-1100)

Parker, James

On the history of Oxford during the tenth and eleventh centuries, (912-1100)

the material of a lecture delivered before the Oxford architectural and historical society, Feb. 28, 1871

by Parker, James

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Published by J. Parker and Co. in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oxford (England) -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James Parker.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination78, [1] p. :
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18324566M

    Unification and Conquest: a Political and Social History of Engla nd in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries (London and New York, ); S. Keynes, ‘England, c. - ’, in The New Cambridge. During the early history of Oxford, its reputation was based on theology and the liberal arts. But it also gave more-serious treatment to the physical sciences than did the University of Paris: Roger Bacon, after leaving Paris, conducted his scientific experiments and lectured at Oxford from to Bacon was one of several influential Franciscans at the university during the 13th and.

    Which of the following contributed to the Iconoclast controversy in the Byzantine empire during the eighth and ninth centuries? The iconoclasts fear that adoration of icons would lead to idolatry Which was a major cause of the 11th century schism between the Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church?   13 The conflict between normative and esoteric expressions of Shiism in the first centuries has been studied from different points of view: Halm, H., Die islamische Gnosis. Die extreme Schia und die ‘Alawiten (Zurich: Artemis, ); Amir-Moezzi, M.A., Le guide divin dans le shiʿisme originel (Lagrasse: Verdier, ); Amir-Moezzi, M.A., The Silent Qur'an and the Speaking Qur'an. .

    The Counts of Anjou in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries: Understanding Power and Authority in the High Middle Ages Article in History Compass 13(1) January . During the Ottonian and Salian periods, its significance soared. Spurred by the magnitude of silk in the Byzantine Empire, the quantity of silk increased dramatically in Western Europe in the tenth and eleventh centuries. The Byzantine imperial court engaged in silken diplomacy, a term introduced by Anna Muthesius.


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