Imperial Lives and Letters of the Eleventh Century by Theodor Mommsen
Imperial lives and letters of the eleventh century
Although numerous texts are available in translation that illustrate the papal side of the Investiture Controversy, few accounts exist that convey the position of secular leaders. Karl F. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Book Description Columbia. Condition: New. Seller Inventory Wd.
HI - Learning OutcomesOn successful completion of this module, students should be able to:! Outline the principal political, ecclesiastical, social and cultural developments relating to empire and papacy in the period ! Identify and contextualize the main interpretative trends and problems of the period! Construct an individual reading programme among the leading interpretative accounts of the period! Undertake an advanced analysis of a wide range of primary sources relating to the principal interpretative problems of the period! Apply different techniques of evaluation and interpretation to these sources!
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Wipo of Burgundy also Wippo ; c. Present at the election of Conrad II, he most likely followed the emperor on his campaigns into Burgundy and against the Slavs , both of which he wrote with extensive clarity. His style is simple and fluent, and his language well-chosen. Among his other extant writings are the maxims, Proverbia or , and Tetralogus Heinrici in rhymed hexameters. Presented to Henry in , it is a eulogy of the emperor mixed with earnest exhortations, emphasizing that right and law are the real foundations of the throne. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theodor Ernst Mommsen, Karl F.