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Church and society in the Norman principality of Capua, 1058-1197.

G. A. Loud

Church and society in the Norman principality of Capua, 1058-1197.

by G. A. Loud

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Published in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Normans -- Italy.,
  • Capua (Italy) -- Church history,
  • Capua (Italy) -- History

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 398 leaves :
    Number of Pages398
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15400997M

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Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua, (Oxford Historical Monographs) [Loud, G. A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua, (Oxford Historical Monographs)Cited by: 4. Title: Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua, (Oxford Historical Monographs) Binding: Hardcover.

Book Condition: New. Jacket Condition: Very Good. Publisher: Clarendon Pr June ISBN Number: / Seller ID: First published inthis was the first significant study of the incorporation of the Church in southern Italy into the mainstream of Latin Christianity during the eleventh and twelfth centuries.

Professor G. Loud examines the relationship between Norman rulers, south Italian churchmen and the external influence of the new 'papal monarchy'.Cited by: Graham Alexander Loud FRHistS (born ) is professor of medieval history at the University of is a specialist in Italian history.

Selected publications. Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua (Oxford, Clarendon Press, ) xv + pp.; Church and Chronicle in the Middle ic advisors: H. Cowdrey. Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua, – Oxford: Clarendon Press. Loud, Graham A.

"The Norman Counts of Caiazzo and the Abbey of Montecassino". Montecassino and Benevento in the Middle Ages: Essays in South Italian Church History. Aldershot: Ashgate. – Skinner, Patricia (). More editions of Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua, (Oxford Historical Monographs): Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua, (Oxford Historical Monographs): ISBN () Hardcover, Clarendon Pr, Loud, G.

(), ‘ The church, warfare and military organisation in Norman Italy ’, Studies in Church History 20 Loud, G. (), Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua, –, OxfordAuthor: G. Loud. Norman conquest themajorityofthepopulationwas Muslim.

Thisis a major contribution to the political, religious and cultural history of the Central Middle Ages. LOUDis Professor of Medieval Italian History at the University of Leeds.

His previous books include Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua, – (), The Cited by: His previous books include Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua, (), The History of the Tyrants of Sicily by 'Hugo Falcandus', (with Thomas Wiedemann; ), and The Age of Robert Guiscard: Southern Italy Price: $ Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua, by G.

Loud Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua, by G. Loud (pp. His previous books include Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua, (), The History of the Tyrants of Sicily by 'Hugo Falcandus', (with Thomas Wiedemann; ), and The Age of Robert Guiscard: Southern Italy.

of Leeds. His previous books include Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua, – (), The History of the Tyrants of Sicily by ‘Hugo Falcandus’, –69 (with Thomas Wiedemann; ) and The Age of Robert Guiscard: Southern Italy and the Norman Conquest ().

The Latin Church in Norman Italy by Professor G. Loud,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2). Appendix III Book Reviews. Graham A. Loud, Church and Society of the Principality of Capua (Oxford, ) 2 Joanna H. Drell, Kinship and Conquest.

Family Strategies in the Principality. of Salerno during the Norman Period, (Ithaca, NY, ) 3 Alex Metcalfe, The Muslims of Medieval Italy (Edinburgh, ) Bibliography. Index. Author of The Latin Church in Norman Italy, The Age of Robert Guiscard, and Church And Society In The Norman Principality Of Capua, /5.

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Kindle Store. Go Search Hello Select your Reviews: 1. Overall, The Latin Church in Norman Italy is a marvellous read, written in consistently clear prose, full of interesting detail and anecdotes. The volume comes with an impressive bibliography featuring primary sources of the greatest variety, particularly rich in chronicles, six appendices, and a subject index.

this is a book that will 3/5(1). The Normans: Historiography of Normans in Italy Jamison, ‘The Norman Administration of Apulia and Capua, more especially under Roger II and William I, ’, G.

Loud Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua   The historiography of the Normans in southern Italy began with the chansons de geste of medieval Europe.

This is hardly surprising given what many saw as the exploits of the Norman warriors and the success of the Hauteville family in southern Italy and Sicily. The roumans de la conqueste de Césile were part of the. GRAHAM LOUD is Senior Lecturer in Medieval History at the University of Leeds.

He is the author of Church and society in the Norman principality of Capua, (Oxford, ). G.A. Loud The most crucial of these questions is that very same issue of continuity or change, as it affected the society of southern by: 5.His principal field of research is southern Italy during the Norman and Staufen periods (eleventh-thirteenth centuries), although he also works on the history of the Crusades and medieval Germany.

Among his books are: Church and Society in the Norman Principality of Capua, (); The Age of Robert Guiscard.Discover Book Depository's huge selection of G A Loud books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.