Five Centuries of Religion. Volume I. Saint Bernard, His Predecessors and Successors, 1000-1200 A.D. II. The Friars and the Dead Weight of Tradition, 1200-1400 A.D. III. Getting and Spending. IV. The Last Days of Medieval Monachism. 4 Vols.

COULTON, G. G. [George Gordon] (1858-1947):

Editorial: Cambridge: University Press, 1923-27-36-50., 1923
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First Edition. Frontispiece (=Plate I), xliii, 578 pp; 24 plates; text figs.; Frontispiece (=Plate I), xxx, 703, [1] pp; 6 plates; figs.; 'Supplement to errata' sheet bound in; Frontispiece, li, 747 pp; 8 plates; xv, 833 pp. Original cloth. Signatures of two former owners (R. Cameron, C. Lundberg) on each pastedown. A few pencil notes in Vol. I. Spine lettering rubbed on Vol. IV. Else a Very Good set, without dust jackets. 'Coulton was something of a controversialist and much of his writings were directed at Roman Catholic historians who he accused of having a flagrant disregard for historical accuracy. For Coulton historical truth, which he placed in contemporary sources, accurately sited, was the cornerstone of historical study. Something of a modernist, he saw it as his duty as a historian to pronounce against those who proffered what he believed was a less than accurate view of the past. Coulton, though, is remembered for more than this confrontational reputation. His extensive scholarship, which extended much further than many historical works at the turn of the century, is rightly seen as important. He also contributed to a widening of the range of medieval studies by his attention to social and economic issues. Furthermore Coulton was keen on extending his learning to a much wider audience than just those in academic circles, being a fine public speaker and writing clearly and lucidly' (Janus St. John's College Web site). N° de ref. de la librería 16223

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Título: Five Centuries of Religion. Volume I. Saint ...

Editorial: Cambridge: University Press, 1923-27-36-50.

Año de publicación: 1923

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Very Good

Condición de la sobrecubierta: No Jacket

Edición: 1st Edition

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