VOLUME VII - DECLINE OF EMPIRE AND PAPACY
PLANNED BY THE LATE J. B. BURY, M.A., F.B.A.
J. R. TANNER, LITT. D.
C. W. PRÉVITE-ORTON, LITT. D., F.B.A.
Z. N. BROOKE, LITT. D.
AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS
CH. I - ITALY IN THE TIME OF DANTE.
Italy in Dante's lifetime
The war of the Vespers
Pope Celestine V
Pope Boniface VIII
The struggle for Sicily
Boniface VIII and Tuscany
Florence. Victory at Campaldino
The Ordinances of Justice, 1293
Charles of Valois as peacemaker
Exile of the Whites
Sicily. Treaty of Caltabellotta
Boniface VIII and France
The outrage of Anagni
Pope Benedict XI
Florence. Rising of the Whites defeated.
Death of Corso Donati
William of Montferrat
Milan. The Visconti and the Della Torre
Verona. The Scaligeri
Venice. the war with Genoa
Conflict with the Pope
The Council of Ten
Henry VII in Italy
His imperial coronation
His failure and death
Tuscany: Guelfs and Ghibellines
Pope John XXII
Robert of Naples
Milan. Matteo Visconti
Verona. Can Grande della Scala
CH. II - ITALY, 1313-1414.
CH. III - GERMANY, 1273-1313.
CH. IV - GERMANY: LOUIS THE BARBARIAN.
CH. V - GERMANY: CHARLES IV.
CH. VI. - BOHEMIA IN THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY.
Extinction of the Pfemyslid line.
The Luxemburg dynasty
Reign of King John
John's death at Crecy
Charles IV, King of Bohemia
The Golden Bull
Acquisition of Brandenburg
Foundation of the University of Prague.
Development of the Bohemian Estates
Reform of the Church in Bohemia
Development of Czech nationality
Reign of Wenceslas IV
Conflict with nobles and Church
Relations with the Papacy
Reforming movements in the Church
Predominance of Czech element in the University.
CH. VII - THE SWISS CONFEDERATION IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Early history of Switzerland
Territorial strength of the house of Habsburg
The Forest Cantons
The federal pact of 1291
Battle of Morgarten, 1315
New adherents to the Confederation
The Priests' Charter, 1370
Battle of Sempach, 1386 Peace with Austria, 1394
Extension of the Confederation
Invasion of Switzerland by the French
The Peace of Constance, 1446
Charles the Bold and Louis XI
The "Perpetual Peace" with Austria, 1474
Battles of Grandson, Morat, and Nancy
Peace of Zurich, 1478
Conflict of urban and rural cantons
War with Maximilian I: Peace of Basle
Admission of new cantons
The federal constitution
CH. VIII - THE HANSA.
Early importance of Lubeck
Beginnings of the Hansa
The Hansa and Scandinavia
Treaty of Stralsund, 1369
The pirates in the Baltic
The Hansa and England
The Novgorod settlement, 1392
Difficulties in Flanders
Constitutional struggles within the League.
War with Denmark
Fresh difficulties in Flanders
Disputes within the League
The trade in Bay salt
Relations with England in the fifteenth century
Treaties of Utrecht, 1474
Decline of Bruges and the Teutonic Order
Declining power of the League Organisation of the Hanseatic League.
CH. IX - THE TEUTONIC ORDER.
CH. X - THE POPES OF AVIGNON AND THE GREAT SCHISM.
The Papacy at Avignon. Reasons for the stay
Administration of the Church
Luxury of the Papal Court
Activity of the Inquisition against Heresy
Reform of monastic orders
Crusading zeal of the Papacy. Missions
Effect on Rome of Papal absence
Return of Gregory XI; his death
Election of Urban VI and Clement VII
The Great Schism
Theories arising from the Schism
French withdrawal of obedience, 1398
Restoration of French obedience, 1403
Attitude of rival Popes
The Council of Pisa
The Council of Constance
Effects of the Great Schism
CH. XI - FRANCE: THE LAST CAPETIANS.
CH. XII - FRANCE: THE HUNDRED YEARS' WAR TO 1380.
CH. XIII - FRANCE: ARMAGNACS AND BURGUNDIANS (1380-1422).
CH. XIV - ENGLAND: EDWARD I AND EDWARD II.
CH. XV - ENGLAND: EDWARD III AND RICHARD II.
CH. XVI - WYCLIF
Wyclif's early life
His teaching at Oxford
Gregory XI's bulls against Wyclif
Effect of the Great Schism on Wyclif's views
Condemnation of Wyclif's Eucharistic teaching
Archbishop Courtenay crushes Oxford Lollardy
Wyclif's last years and death
His philosophical writings
His doctrine of Dominion
On Kingship and the Papacy
On the Eucharist
His latest Latin works
His English writings
Translations of the Bible
Wyclif's place in medieval thought
CH. XVII - WALES, 1066 TO 1485.
CH. XVIII - IRELAND TO 1315.
CH. XIX - SCOTLAND TO 1328.
Ch. XX - SPAIN, 1252-1410.
CH. XXI - RUSSIA, 1015-1462.
CH. XXII - THE JEWS IN THE MIDDLE AGES.
The dispersion of the Jews
Effect of the Christianisation of the Empire
The Jews in Western Europe
Effect of Arab conquests
The Golden Age in Spain
Persecution by the Merovingian kings
Settlement in Central Europe
Hebrew culture in the Rhineland
The Crusades: growth of persecution
The third and fourth Lateran Councils
Exclusion of the Jews from agriculture
The Jew in commerce
The Jew as capitalist: his status
Organisation under royal control
Conditions in Italy
Hebrew culture in Europe
Treatment of Jews in England
Treatment of Jews in France
Treatment of Jews in Germany
Settlement in Poland
The Jews in Christian Spain
Outbreak of persecution, 1391
Expulsion from Spain
CH. XXIII - MEDIEVAL ESTATES.
Ch. XXIV - PEASANT LIFE AND RURAL CONDITIONS (c. 1100 to c. 1500)
Ch. XXV - THE EARLY RENAISSANCE.
Ch. XXVI - MEDIEVAL MYSTICISM.
List of Abbreviations of Titles of Periodicals, Societies, etc.
Chronological Table of Leading Events mentioned in this Volume.
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