Rise of Universities Paris vs. Bologna Concept of the University - Different from schools before - Forms of higher education existed o However, they were centered around a specific teacher-not necessarily a course of studies that was laid out. - Univ
HIST 102: Thursday Lecture
2. More coherent (in terms of geography) and stable ( in terms of succession)
Kings who ruled were more stable if nation states
Edward Is realm, his writ does not run. there were people who had powers which
HIST 102: Tuesday Lecture
Irish is a Celtic language.
Was never Romanized, unlike every where else in Europe.
important for the Irish Church
Infrastructure is not as good as the rest of Western Europe because of this.
Ireland had no cit
HIST 102: Discussion 30/11/2012
The statutes of kilcany
The English hated the Irish. This was written for the English in Ireland by the English in
England. English in England have never seen Irish. English in Ireland are interacti
What was the witch craze? Dec 4 &6 Continuity and Change
- Northern European Phenomenon 1500-1650
- 50-7500 of people 80% were women
- Magic that comes from love for the devil contract with the devil to do his work
Extraordinary powers such as:
HIST 102: Tuesday Lecture 12/4/2012
Middle Ages is better than the master narrative
Examples of bad things after Middle Ages: rise in slavery after 1500, also bad for Native
Americans, rise of capitalism (lead to a greater gap between the rich and p
Begin to see that the French monarchy and the French court around the king is strengthening within France. - Henry II is a figure of fear and power - French nobles, who used to do whatever they wished, dare not now with Henry II in control o In essen
Friars within context of Medieval Universities Relationship - Friars dont become part of universities - Connected in it so much that it is as if they are. Franciscans eventually understood what St.Dominic said - Education is necessary for the evangel
Literature in Central-High Middle Ages - Cathedral at Chate - Gothic-style - West-front is kind of small o Leftover from fires - Towers are very different on the west-front.built from different times. - Make-up of different times. - Equilibrium and D
- “Application of reason to the Christian faith.”
o Complex though, not as simple as that.
- Foundation, rooted from the Bible
- Translations come into play…
- Islam and Jewish Scholasticism also matter
o Derived from the fact that they de
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HIST 102: Lecture 8
Essay due next week.
Explore the positive meaning of hierarchy in medieval society, dont have to argue the
positive aspect hierarchy was +ve in some aspects, good for kings etc.
Have to use evidence from ALL three.
Use the lectur
HIST 102gm: Lecture
Christianity and the Christian Institutions, c. 1000-1300
Popes and papacy
o The Church
Church Militant and Church Triumphant (Militant, claiming souls for salvation)
Triumphant souls going to
HIST 102gm: Lecture 6
Medieval Islam and Medieval Europe
Rome was divided right down the center
The division exists now as well, each side has different religions
The eastern Rome became byzantine empire
It is a distinctive Rembrandt
West was mo
HIST 102gm: Lecture 2
Quiz every Tuesday, 10mcqs or fill in the blanks, 7 minutes long.
When we read, we should look at the discussion section question and the essay question as well.
HIST 102gm: Lecture 3
1. Medieval Overview
a)Medieval as other
c) Social structure
2. Rome after Rome
a) Anxieties about Romes fall
b) Practical legacies
c) Dreams of Renewed Empire
d) Claims of Glorious Ancient Ancestors
HIST 102: Lecture
Origins, c. 700-900 in West Francia
The Age for Feudal Lordship, c. 900-1100
Those Who Fight in a Tripartite Society
The age of Feudal Kings, c. 1100+
Origins, c. 700-900 in West Francia
After Charlemagne there is a rap
HIST 102: Lecture 5
When we read the upcoming chapter, make two timelines for the Islamic empire and the
If xyz murders someone within Roman boundaries then hed be tried by Roman law.
If xyz murders someone in Barbarian territory.