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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-372

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366 DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES CONTINENTAL HISTORY 180-1494 Friday 10-11 Professor Gardiner Michaelmas Term The Roman Empire after the Age of the Antonines Causes of its decadence Relations between the Empire and the Barbarians The Christian Church Fall of the Western Empire The Teutonic Kingdoms The Franks Monasticism Rise of Mohammedanism Leo the Isaurian and Charles ╬ť art el Pepin the Short Charles the Great Revival of the Empire Successors of Charles the Great Feudalism The Holy Roman Empire Otto the Great Lent Term The Saxon and Franconion Emperors The re-invigorated Papacy Gregory VII and Henry IV Continuation of the Conflict The Concordat of Worms The Hohenstaufen Emperors Frederick Barbarossa The Lombard League Italian civilisation Innocent III Frederick II End of the Mediaeval Empire Nominal prolongation of the system Easter Term Growth of the French Kings Louis IX Philip IV and Boniface VIII Dante's Divina Commedia France in the 14th Century Its struggle with England The Councils of Constance and Basel Failure of the attempts to reform the Church France in the 15th Century Strength of Charles VII and Louis XI The Italian Renaissance Charles VIII prepares to march into Italy End of the Middle Ages
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