Count and bishop in medieval Germany: a study of regional by Benjamin Arnold

By Benjamin Arnold

This learn of the services of lordship in a medieval society specializes in the Eichstatt quarter, a space at the borders of the German provinces of Bavaria, Franconia and Swabia. It argues that the world completed orderly social and felony approaches instead to a centralized monarchy.

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