The Church of the West in the Middle Ages, 2 Vols.
Herbert Brook Workman [1862–1951]

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Book Description

The Church of the West in the Middle Ages, 2 Vols.
Publication Year:
Charles H. Kelly
Medieval Church History, Avignon Papacy, Islam, Scholasticism
Copyright Holder:
Public Domain

Herbert Brook Workman [1862–1951], The Church of the West in the Middle Ages, Vol. 2. From the Death of St. Bernard (1153) to the Transfer of the Papacy to Avignon and the Death of Clement V. (1314).


  • Preface
  1. The Fall of the Empire
  2. Muhammad of Christ
  3. Innocent III
  4. The Chains of the Law
  5. Darkness and Dawn
  6. The Coming of the Friars
  7. The Rise of the Universities
  8. Boniface VIII. and Clement V
  • Index

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