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Studies in European history being academical addresses / delivered by John Ignatius von Döllinger ; translated at the request of the author by Margaret Warre.

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Author/Creator:
Döllinger, Johann Joseph Ignaz von, 1799-1890.
Standardized Title:
Akademische Vorträge. Bande 1-2. English
Other Title:
Academical addresses
Publication:
London : J. Murray, 1890.
Format/Description:
Book
6, 426 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
Subjects:
Europe -- History.
Contents:
The significance of dynasties in the history of the world.
The house of Wittelsbach and its place in German history.
The relation of the city of Rome to Germany in the middle ages.
Dante as a prophet.
The struggle of Germany with the papacy under the Emperor Ludwig of Bavaria.
Aventin and his times.
On the influence of Greek literature and culture upon the western world in the middle ages.
The origin of the Eastern question.
The Jews in Europe.
Upon the political and intellectual development of Spain.
The policy of Louis XIV.
The most influential woman of French history.
Notes:
Translation of Bd. 1 and 2 of: Akademische Vorträge.
Half title: Academical addresses.
Index: p. [417]-426.
Contributor:
Yarnall Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
1004372
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