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Seventeen lectures on the study of mediaeval and modern history and kindred subjects; delivered at Oxford, under statutory obligation in the years 1867-1884; with two addresses given at Oxford and Reading.

By 1825-1901. William Stubbs


--I. Inaugural.--II-III. On the present state and prospects of historical study.--IV. On the purposes and methods of historical study.--V. Methods of historical study.--VI-VII. Learning and literature at the court of Henry II.--VIII. The mediaeval kingdoms of Cyprus and Armenia.--IX-X. On the characteristic differences between mediaeval and modern history.--XI. The reign of Henry XIII.--XII. Parliament under Henry VIII.--XIII-XIV. The history of the canon law in England.--XV-XVI. he reign of Henry VII.--XVII. A last statutory public lecture.--Addresses on church history to the Oxford diocesan church history society.--Addresses on the opening of a course of lectures on England under the Stewarts.--Index.Mode of access: Internet

Topics: Great Britain. Parliament, Church history, Canon law, English literature, History, Modern, Middle Ages, History, History
Publisher: Oxford, Clarendon press,
Year: 1900
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