Historia powszechna Średniowiecze MOBI ☆ Historia

Historia powszechna Średniowiecze MOBI ☆ Historia

Historia powszechna Średniowiecze [EPUB] ✰ Historia powszechna Średniowiecze By Tadeusz Manteuffel – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Podręcznik obejmuje okres od czasów Cesarstwa Rzymskiego schyłku IV wieku do sytuacji krajów europejskich w końcu XV wieku Opisuje państwo Franków cesarstwo i papiestwo w XI i XII wieku wyprawy Podręcznik obejmuje okres od czasów Cesarstwa Rzymskiego schyłku IV wieku do sytuacji krajów europejskich w końcu XV wieku Opisuje państwo Franków cesarstwo i papiestwo w XI i XII wieku wyprawy krzyżowe oraz przobrażenia w Europie Zachodniej w okresie krucjat; rywalizację francusko angielską do schyłku XIII wieku walkę o Dominium Mundi Hiszpanię w XI XIII wieku i jej politykę w basenie Morza Śródziemnego; basen Morza Bałtyckiego w XI XV wieku Ruś i niebezpieczeństwo mongolskie zatarg Francji z Papiestwem wojnę Historia powszechna MOBI :Þ stuletnią kryzys Cesarstwa i Kościoła zachodniego; husytyzm walkę z naporem tureckim Polskę i Litwę w okresie naporu krzyżackiego zjednoczenie ziem ruskich pod hegemonią Moskwy oraz włoską anarchię Podręcznik został opatrzony mapami interesującymi ilustracjami a także bibliografią i indeksami osób oraz nazw geograficznych i etnicznych.


2 thoughts on “Historia powszechna Średniowiecze

  1. Kinga Kinga says:

    Reading this book only confirmed to me that the Middles Ages were nothing but dark Of course there were tiny moments of brightness shining on that dark sky like far away stars but in general I think we can agree that the Middle Ages was not the humankind at its best The crusades witch hunts the Hundred Years’ War feudalism and don’t even get me started on the Papacy all the popes and antipopes and all of them infallible It’s hardly surprising God sent us the Plague then is it?I need something to fantasise about when I’m reading a textbook some sliver of romanticism I can cling onto But in the Middle Ages every fantasy was always invaded by death disease oppression and rats So I sighed and read on flying through decades knowing it will get better eventually There will be Renaissance and Industrial Revolution and all other revolutions and postmodern society Although to be honest I don’t how much we have really improved morally since the medieval times I’d like to fool myself and believe there is some progress slow full of setbacks yet progress nonethelessThe most optimistic thing I have read about was Eleanor of Auitaine who married King Louis VII of France and found him to be a little dull and just a tad too pious She managed to get an annulment and married Henry II of England when she was about 28 or 30 and then managed to have EIGHT children with him In the Middles Ages she had a whole litter of children after 30 Well then I can relax now Surely I’ll manage two Anyway as Wikipedia says “Eleanor's marriage to Henry was reputed to be tumultuous and argumentative although sufficiently cooperative to produce at least eight pregnancies” Tumultuous is one way to call it when your husband imprisons you for sixteen years after you popped out eight of his children Seriously the Middle Ages eh?


  2. Anna Anna says:

    Książka szczegółowa ale pomocna i podstawowa dla osób zainteresowanych historią średniowiecza oraz tych którzy z różnych względów pogłębiają wiedzę na temat tego okresu historycznego


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2 thoughts on “Historia powszechna Średniowiecze

  1. Kinga Kinga says:

    Reading this book only confirmed to me that the Middles Ages were nothing but dark Of course there were tiny moments of brightness shining on that dark sky like far away stars but in general I think we can agree that the Middle Ages was not the humankind at its best The crusades witch hunts the Hundred Years’ War feudalism and don’t even get me started on the Papacy all the popes and antipopes and all of them infallible It’s hardly surprising God sent us the Plague then is it?I need something to fantasise about when I’m reading a textbook some sliver of romanticism I can cling onto But in the Middle Ages every fantasy was always invaded by death disease oppression and rats So I sighed and read on flying through decades knowing it will get better eventually There will be Renaissance and Industrial Revolution and all other revolutions and postmodern society Although to be honest I don’t how much we have really improved morally since the medieval times I’d like to fool myself and believe there is some progress slow full of setbacks yet progress nonethelessThe most optimistic thing I have read about was Eleanor of Auitaine who married King Louis VII of France and found him to be a little dull and just a tad too pious She managed to get an annulment and married Henry II of England when she was about 28 or 30 and then managed to have EIGHT children with him In the Middles Ages she had a whole litter of children after 30 Well then I can relax now Surely I’ll manage two Anyway as Wikipedia says “Eleanor's marriage to Henry was reputed to be tumultuous and argumentative although sufficiently cooperative to produce at least eight pregnancies” Tumultuous is one way to call it when your husband imprisons you for sixteen years after you popped out eight of his children Seriously the Middle Ages eh?

  2. Anna Anna says:

    Książka szczegółowa ale pomocna i podstawowa dla osób zainteresowanych historią średniowiecza oraz tych którzy z różnych względów pogłębiają wiedzę na temat tego okresu historycznego

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