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" Before approaching a subject so vast in all its proportions as the Catholic theology of the Middle Age, it is necessary to draw a few definitions and limitations. The name Scholastic Philosophy, in its broader sense, is given to the whole intellectual... "
Christian History in Its Three Great Periods - Page 189
by Joseph Henry Allen - 1884
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On the Practicability of an Invasion of British India: And the Commercial ...

Sir George De Lacy Evans - 1829 - 152 pages
...they will again remove, if circumstances admit, to the more genial and inviting climes of the south. From the middle of the ninth century to the middle of the eleventh century, or about 200 years,—being from the reign of the Norman chief, RURIC the Great,...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 32

1854
...very origin of their national existence. Four times during the space of one hundred and ninety years, from the middle of the ninth century to the middle of the eleventh, their fleets descended the Borysthenes to attempt to plunder the treasures of Constantinople....
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The Unitarian Review and Religious Magazine, Volume 18

Charles Lowe, Henry Wilder Foote, John Hopkins Morison, Henry H. Barber, James De Normandie - 1882
...RECEIVED. 96, 192, 480, 576. UNITARIAN REVIEW AND RELIGIOUS MAGAZINE. Voi,. XVIII. JULY, 1882. No. 1. SCHOLASTIC THEOLOGY. Before approaching a subject...age of Scholasticism as reaching through the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, we may say, in a general way, that the earlier was its controversial, and...
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The Church of England: The medieval church

Henry Donald Maurice Spence-Jones - 1897
...Canute's immediate successor, were close and intimate. The period in question to which we allude extends from the middle of the ninth century to the middle of the eleventh century — some 200 years. We have already had several occasions to mention the constant...
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Handbook of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - 1907 - 323 pages
...civilizations in the Levant and at Constantinople. The most important period of Byzantine art extends from the middle of the ninth century to the middle of the eleventh. Many ivory carvings, objects in gold and silver, bronzes and textiles, in the beautiful workmanship...
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Encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture

Douglas Q. Adams - 1997 - 829 pages
...of .the eleventh century to the end of the sixteenth century. OSax = Old Saxon, ie, Old Low German, from the middle of the ninth century to the middle of the thirteenth century. Osc = Oscan, Italic language spoken down the spine of Italy and attested from about...
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The Great Game: On the practicability of an invasion of British India

George De Lacy Evans - 2004 - 147 pages
...they will again remove, if circumstances admit, to the more genial and inviting climes of the south. From the middle of the ninth century to the middle of the eleventh century, or about 200 years, — being from the reign of the Norman chief, RURIC the Great,...
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Russia in the Nineteenth Century: Autocracy, Reform, and Social Change, 1814 ...

Polunov - 2005 - 286 pages
...nomads became one of the causes of the disintegration of Kievan Rus, the Eastern Slav state that existed from the middle of the ninth century to the middle of the thirteenth. The decline and collapse of this state, which encompassed the territory from the Baltic...
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The Unitarian Review, Volume 18

Charles Lowe, Henry Wilder Foote, John Hopkins Morison, Henry H. Barber, James De Normandie, Joseph Henry Allen - 1882
...RECEIVED. 90, 192, 480, 570. UNITARIAN REVIEW AND RELIGIOUS MAGAZINE. VOL. XVm. JULY, 1882. No. 1. SCHOLASTIC THEOLOGY. Before approaching a subject...when the issue of nominalism and realism was sharply denned in the theological controversies of the day. Again, if we take the great age of Scholasticism...
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Studies in Islamic History and Institutions

Šelomo D. Goyṭayn - 1966 - 391 pages
...and by the middle class, as far as social organization is concerned. This period lasted approximately from the middle of the ninth century to the middle of the thirteenth. As from around 1250, Islamic history was dominated by foreign soldier castes and clerical...
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