Cours d'histoire moderne: Volume 4

Cours d'histoire moderne: Volume 4 : Histoire de la civilisation en France, depuis la chute de l'Empire Romain jusqu'en 1789

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French politician Francois-Pierre-Guillaume Guizot (1787-1874) is well-known for establishing 'Guizot's law', which implemented primary education for all French citizens. As well as occupying various political offices during some of the most turbulent years in his nation's political history, Guizot was also an historian and was appointed to the chair of modern history at the Sorbonne in 1812. First published between 1829 and 1832, this five-volume history of 'civilisation in France' is based on a series of lectures delivered in 1828. The books are described as covering the period from the end of the Roman Empire to 1789, but the main focus is on the medieval period, to the death of St Louis (1270). Volume 4 discusses the developing sense of national identity in France in the tenth century and ends with an examination of the monarchy and of feudal society at the death of Louis VII (1180).show more

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  • Electronic book text
  • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • French
  • 113908612X
  • 9781139086127

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1. Objet du cours; 2. Necessite d'etudier la formation progressive du regime feodal; 3. De la fusion de la souverainete et de la propriete, second caractere du regime feodal; 4. De l'association generale des possesseurs de fiefs entre eux; 5. De la methode ... suivre dans l'etude de l'epoque feodale; 6. Efforts des possesseurs de fiefs pour peupler et animer l'interieur du chateaux; 7. De l'etat de la population agricole, ou du village feodale; 8. De l'etat de la population agricole en Gaule du Ve au XIVe siecle; 9. Des rapports des possesseurs de fiefs entre eux; 10. Continuation du tableau de l'organisation de la societe; 11. Caractere general de la societe feodale; 12. Etat de la royaute ... la fin du Xe siecle.show more