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by Edward Peters,Arthur C. Howland,Henry Charles Lea

The Duel and the Oath ([Sources of medieval history]) download ebook
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0812276817
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978-0812276817
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Edward Peters,Arthur C. Howland,Henry Charles Lea
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University of Pennsylvania Press; Reprint 2016 ed. edition (February 1, 1975)
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With additional original documents in translation by Arthur C. Howland. An Anniversary Collection volume.

Henry Charles Lea published his first major historical work,Superstition and Force,in 1866. That book, chiefly a study of various aspects of the relations between legal procedure and cultural and religious history in medieval Europe, has been reprinted as three separate paperback volumes,The Ordeal(1973),Torture(1973) and the present volume,The Duel and the Oath. This volume contains parts I and II of Lea’s work, originally entitled Wager of Law and . Wager of Battle. As a historian, Lea was self-taught

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They kindled his interest in medieval history and changed his career . Henry Charles Lea papers, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania

They kindled his interest in medieval history and changed his career course from scientist to historian. Edward Peters Henry Charles Lea and the Libraries within a Library 2 from the Penn Library Collections at 250, page 35. ^ "Henry Charles Lea Papers - Biographical Sketch". Penn Special Collections. Henry Charles Lea papers, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania.

Henry Charles Lea, Arthur E. Howland, Edward Peters. Henry Charles Lea was one of the first American historians to use what would later be termed comparative and anthropological approaches to history. Under his pen, the study of the medieval ordeal becomes a study in cultural history.

by Howland, Arthur C. University of pennsylvania press.

The Duel and the Oath. see Lea, 1866, Parts I and II. oogle Scholar. Heresy in the Later Middle Ages.

Edward Peters is Henry Charles Lea Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania. A superb text for a student of medieval history, witchcraft specifically and its growth over 1300 years, and the crushing results of such beliefs. You can pick or choose who to read depending on your interests or gobble up the whole book and come away well-rounded regarding your knowledge of the rise of witchcraft in medieval Europe. A must-have book for those studying this period.

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Originally published as parts I and II of Lea's major historical work Superstition and Force, this volume discusses the limitations in the Middle Ages of what modern jurists would term private law, or civil cases, and the concept of imminent justice through divine intervention in determining the verdict.